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?
The mother of schoolgirl Lucy McHugh has urged Facebook to give police access to an account belonging to the man suspected of murdering the 13-year-old.
Two magistrates have been reprimanded by judicial heads over their use of social media.
Getting people interested in history can be a difficult task, but there is so much to learn.
Do you wake up every morning and immediately look up your horoscope for the latest predictions of how your day is going to go?
Talented toddler Libby Williams is breaking into the art world with her blog, Like It Was Done By A Toddler.
If you’ve ever seen someone unexpected in a completely random place, and exclaimed “What a small world”, then these stories might be for you.
Some popular items and services grate on your nerves to such an extent that you might wish they’d never been created.
The competition watchdog has launched an investigation of social media stars over concerns they are not declaring when they have been paid to post about products and experiences.
The photos we share on social media are often a distorted representation of our lives, so when Twitter users started sharing the pictures behind the pictures, it was a refreshing change of pace.
Adele Elizabeth from London made a match on popular dating app Tinder, only to be asked a very sneaky favour by the other user.
There are two kinds of people in this world: people who are organised and people who wing it at the last minute, and sometimes being the organised one pays off big time.
Everyone holds strong opinions on at least one subject, and some opinions are definitely more unpopular than others.
Moray people are being encouraged to take part in a national initiative to highlight the myriad different ways for young people to achieve their dream career.
From years left to live, to number of steps taken, we all have some interesting statistics in our life that would be fascinating to see.
Social media users are being cynically manipulated by advertisers and propagandists, according to a new report from MPs about the issue of fake news.
Fake news has plunged democracy into crisis with voters being systematically manipulated by campaigns of hate and disinformation, a Commons committee has warned.
Twitter’s revenue has reached a record high even though monthly user numbers dropped by a million.
If you’re a Disney fan, chances are you know each of the animated films inside out … or do you?
‘Make abusive comments online and we’ll exclude your kids’ – City council warns parents of their social media behaviour
Parents have reacted angrily to a council policy which warns that their social media posts could lead to children being excluded from school.
England’s emphatic victory over Sweden was watched by millions across the UK, but spare a thought for those people who had plans they couldn’t change on game day – wedding guests.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has admitted that his personal data was handed over to election consultants Cambridge Analytica, the British firm accused of helping politicians use Facebook data to manipulate users’ voting intentions around the world.
Emoji characters with a range of skin colour options have been a success in representing diversity, an academic study has found.