Devon Glenn

Social Media Use Has More Than Tripled Among Internet Users 65 and Older, Study Finds

While millennials may still dominate social media, a new study by the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project shows that other generations are adopting the technology as well.

LinkedIn Users Can Now Send Applications From Their Mobile Devices

LinkedIn members have been able to use their mobile devices to find a company and search for job openings on the network since July, but the mobile apps were missing one thing: the ability to fill out an application.

Friday Morning Laughs: ‘Popular’ Parody | Camp Gyno | Beard Facts

Happy Friday, SocialTimes readers! Just when you thought the internet couldn't get any better, it just did with this week's crop of videos that will make you feel more popular, less awkward about your body, and super proud of your awesome beard. So wax your mustache, pull up a chair, and get ready to laugh.

Writer Investigated for Suspicious Online Searches Utilizes New Storytelling ‘Medium’

Michele Catalano said she was at work when she received a call from her husband that "six agents from the joint terrorism task force" had pulled up outside their home to interrogate the family after receiving a tip that someone had been searching for backpacks and pressure cooker bombs online.

Facebook for Android Update Shows Friends’ Updates on the Lock Screen on Certain Phones

After receiving less-than-stellar reviews of Facebook Home, Facebook has added just the cover feed to the newest version of Facebook for Android.

Pinterest’s Head of Engineering Outlines the Future of the Interest Graph

Pinterest boards are at the heart of a sophisticated "interest graph" that Pinterest engineers say will revolutionize the way brands and marketers discover what people are interested in.

New Pinterest Product Alerts Tell Shoppers When the Price Has Dropped

After adding price tags and description to pins, Pinterest will now let its members bookmark an item they want to buy, but can't quite afford, and receive an email alert when the price goes down.

New Klout Controls Let You Influence Your Own Influence

Klout has released an update that allows members of the social media influence-scoring site to choose which areas of expertise are ranked first on their profiles, where others can see them.

Twitter Users More Amused Than Disgusted by Anthony Weiner Scandal, Study Finds

Former congressman Anthony Weiner is once again a hot topic on Twitter, where his run for New York City mayor has been overshadowed by scandal in his personal life. But voters on the social network don't seem too worried about the election -- they're too busy making jokes at Weiner's expense, say social media analysts at Crimson Hexagon.

Google To Bring Faster Wi-Fi to Starbucks

If your office headquarters are at Starbucks, your internet service is about to get a free refill.