New research suggests that both good and bad moods can be 'picked up' from friends, but depression can't.
Feel like everyone else has more friends than you do? You're not alone— but merely believing this is true could affect your happiness. A new study from the University of British Columbia, Harvard Business School and Harvard ...
Men are more likely than women to have antisocial motives for using Facebook, which can be explained by their greater levels of narcissism, new research from Brunel University London and Goldsmiths, University of London, ...
A thriving ecosystem of websites that allow users to automatically generate millions of fake "likes" and comments on Facebook has been documented by researchers at the University of Iowa.
Sports balls of all varieties owe their resilience and reliability to an unusual polymer—one whose derivatives and spinoffs are everywhere you look, from cars to shoes to rocket fuel.
Every fall, college freshmen begin the familiar tradition of establishing friendships with classmates in their dormitories.
Facebook "friends" aren't always real friends - at least legally.
Let's say you're planning your next party and agonizing over the guest list. To whom should you send invitations? What combination of friends and strangers is the right mix?
Facebook recently announced that it now has over 2 billion monthly users. This makes its "population" larger than that of China, the US, Mexico and Japan combined. Its popularity, and with it the influence it has in society, ...
Popular cellphone app Snapchat has introduced a new feature called Snap Map that allows users to share their location with friends. Worry about security surfaced immediately.