US outdoor equipment company Patagonia has become the latest company to announce an advertising boycott of Facebook and its Instagram app.
Clare Johnston talks to mum bloggers and Instagrammers who have conquered weaning with fun, colourful mealtimes - with one tot trying 100 different foods in her first month on solids.
The Queen’s life has been steeped in tradition, but she has kept up with the vast technological advances during her reign of nearly 70 years.
Myleene Klass has detailed the abuse she suffered as a child because of her Filipino background.
Small businesses can now set up an online store for free on Facebook and Instagram, the social network has announced.
Facebook has bought one of the largest Gif-sharing websites on the internet in a deal reported to be worth around 400 million dollars.
Adele has shared a stunning picture as she celebrated her 32nd birthday.
YouTube have deleted conspiracy theorist David Icke’s account.
Britney Spears has revealed she burned down her home gym in an incident involving two candles.
Social media giants have been told to take tougher action against scammers selling people’s personal details through their platforms following an investigation by a consumer rights group.
A mysterious artwork which appeared on the wall of an Aberdeen street has been compared to the work of famed artist Banksy.
The BBC has said it has had a “record-breaking” start to its new education service after its online learning resources were viewed 8.7 million times in the first four days they were available.
Facebook is introducing new Messenger Rooms which can host groups of people on video – including those who do not have an account.
Instagram is to allow food orders to be placed through the app as part of efforts to support local businesses in the UK during lockdown.
An Aberdeen fitness studio is helping keep clients in top shape by providing online workouts.
A north-east cookery school has launched a series of child-friendly bakery videos.
A convict found breaking the rules by sharing threatening and boastful messages on social media from his cell told the Evening Express he would “flush” his phone in a bid to hide the evidence.
Coronavirus: Scottish Government team up with national youth group to create new information service
The Scottish Government has teamed up with a national youth information service to provide young people with reliable coronavirus information.
North-east beer giant BrewDog has announced the opening of more than 100 bars this week – the only difference is they are online.
Facebook has become the latest service to lower video bitrates to help prevent internet congestion during the coronavirus lockdown.
Instagram has added a new feature allowing people to view content on the platform in a video chat together in its latest attempt to alleviate loneliness during the coronavirus lockdown.
Grime star Stormzy’s social media accounts have disappeared overnight.
Sam Smith longs for true love in emotional new single To Die For.
Coleen Rooney has said she does not want to “engage in further public debate” after Rebekah Vardy said the stress of their public dispute has caused her to have severe anxiety attacks.
Instagram has started telling users the accounts they interact with the least and those they see the most in their feed as part of new organisation tools.
Posts that promote fake miracle cures and misinformation about coronavirus will be removed by Facebook in its latest attempt to deal with the spread of harmful content.
Ant and Dec have delighted fans by taking on the so-called Dolly Parton challenge.
Country music star Dolly Parton has showed her versatility by inspiring the latest meme challenge on social media.
Molly Russell was a 14-year-old schoolgirl who took her own life in 2017 after viewing harmful images on Instagram, a Facebook-owned social media platform.
Jennifer Aniston made time for her former Friends co-stars on Sunday as she skipped the Critics’ Choice Awards to be with them.