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Why Jennifer Lawrence, George Clooney, and 12 other celebrities hate social media

Here's why celebrities like Kristen Stewart, Mila Kunis, and Daniel Radcliffe live social media-free in today's uber-connected world.

Instagram keeps a detailed list of everything it thinks you’re interested in — here’s how to find it

Instagram shares the data it collects about the topics you're supposedly interested in, and the company apparently has no idea what I like.

YouTuber David Dobrik already hit 1 million downloads on his new app that makes your photos look like they were taken with a disposable camera

David Dobrik's app launched less than a month ago, but it's already become massively popular, with nearly 600,000 iOS downloads in two days.
Instagram influencer Courtney Seamon and me.

I spent a day following an Instagram influencer around New York City to see what her job was really like — and it was way more work than I expec...

Influencers have turned into household names in recent years, and the industry is now worth up to an estimated $8 billion.

These are 13 of the most popular social networks a decade ago that have died or faded into obscurity

While Facebook was undoubtedly the king of social in 2010, there were also a variety of apps on the scene, from AIM to StumbleUpon.

A year after Tumblr’s porn ban, some users are still struggling to rebuild their communities and sense of belonging

Tumblr was once considered a home for NSFW content not allowed on other social platforms, and a place where people could explore their sexuality.
Jenny Krupa, who goes by @its_j_dog on TikTok.

A Canadian teen created a TikTok account on a whim for his 87-year-old grandmother. Now, she’s gone viral and amassed over 400,000 followers.

Jenny Krupa doesn't watch TikTok videos, but her grandson, Skylar, has made her the star of her own channel.
From left: TikTok stars Charli D'Amelio, Zach King, and Mahogany Lox.

These are 2019’s biggest breakout creators on TikTok

TikTok's breakout creators in 2019 range from teenagers still in high school to popular Vine stars who have found second lives on the new platform.
YouTubers Haley Pham (left) and Hannah Meloche, two self-described VSCO girls.

The summer of the ‘VSCO girl’ may be over, but retailers and the VSCO app itself are still reaping the benefits of the craze that swept Ge...

Gen Z introduced a new term into widespread acceptance this summer: VSCO girls, teens heralding a basic aesthetic and taking over the internet.
Companies with Silicon Valley offices are expanding into San Francisco to cater to millennial, city-dwelling techies.

Inside dating app Tinder’s new San Francisco office, where teams are devoted to studying Gen Z and employees are served tasty local lunches thro...

Caviar-catered meals from local San Francisco restaurants, massage rooms, and stocked kitchens are some of the perks afforded to Tinder employees.