The majority of parents fear that their child will be subjected to cyberbullying via group chats, according to a new survey.
A stack of coins was found to be an unlikely lifesaver when a Reddit user revealed that his great-grandfather narrowly avoided being shot during the First World War thanks to the change in his pocket.
Female activists in Ireland have been posting photos of their underwear online after a barrister in a rape trial drew attention to a female complainant’s thong.
Puppies have a tendency to do the silliest things, and French bulldog Karma proved she’s no exception as she accidentally plunged into a swimming pool.
Twitter is well known for inspiring some of the internet’s greatest memes, but this bunny one might just be the cutest you’ve ever seen.
Excessive use of social media – in particular the posting of images and selfies – has been linked to a subsequent increase in narcissism, research has found.
Ellie Delgado, a student from Houston, Texas, has gone viral for a dramatic hand gesture caught on camera at an election party on November 6.
This writer has come up with a novel way of finding a date, by buying people he admires a coffee before he even meets them.
Another week goes by, another hilarious meme goes viral on Twitter; this one features an emoji you will have definitely used before.
Canadian rapper Drake shared an emotional tribute on Instagram after a young fan who he met through the Make-a-Wish Foundation died.
Now Halloween is over, social media users are already fully embracing Christmas, whether some people think it’s too early or not.
Celebrities usually put a great deal of effort into their Halloween costumes, far more than the average person does for their trick-or-treating escapades.
There was uproar across Scotland last night as chef Gordon Ramsay mispronounced the name of a town.
We’ve all had one of those moments when something unbelievably cool happens and you’ve had the misfortune of no camera to capture the scene.
We all know extreme activities like hang-gliding and parachuting can get us injured, but what about more mundane activities like eating your breakfast?
England and Chelsea midfielder Karen Carney says the abuse she received on social media was “abhorrent, totally unacceptable and very upsetting” and hopes nobody has to experience anything like it in the future.
Social media has erupted into a frenzy after it was announced the Duchess of Sussex is expecting a baby in the spring of 2019.
Social media companies could pay a “mental health levy” to help address problems linked to online use, the head of the NHS has said.
Social media sites should be fined if they fail to protect children from online predators, the NSPCC has said.
An estimated 225 million people living in the United States received a message from President Trump on Wednesday afternoon as part of a national emergency alert test.
We all have our own insecurities and weaknesses, especially as teens, but seeing those same worries in an inspiring new light is one of the best feelings ever.
Veteran broadcaster Michael Buerk has accused internet giants Facebook, Google and Twitter of having “no concern” about the truth.
From not standing in front of the microwave, to not keeping the fridge door open, each household has specific and often strange rules.
People smugglers using social media sites to pose as “travel agents” for desperate migrants are being targeted by UK experts, Theresa May told fellow EU leaders.
The way social media impacts young people’s mental health needs to be better understood, according to new research by the Centre for Mental Health.
Sometimes we all need a bit of life advice from people who have been there before.
From subconsciously folding clothes, to telling off a stranger’s children, we’ve all accidentally slipped into work-mode when off the clock.
Parents should leave their phones in the kitchen at night and restrict internet access in the home to set an example for their children, a government adviser has said.
Another week, another meme format. The newest offering features a little stick person holding a sign expressing the poster’s most deeply held belief.
It’s more than 100 days until Christmas arrives on December 25, and supermarkets have already decided to stock the shelves with goodies.
We’ve all had incredibly embarrassing moments in a classroom as pupils, but teachers experience their fair share of cringeworthy days too.
Are there really as many differences between older people and younger people as we may think?