Twitter users roasted White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders over her "ridiculous" and "bullsh*it" defence of Trump's response to the Rob Porter scandal.
The social media reach of state-run Russian news networks eclipsed that of the largest Leave campaigns in the run up to the Brexit referendum.
A new report shows that Facebook will lose 2 million users aged 24 or younger this year. Snapchat will gain 1.9 million users of the same age. People over 65 will prefer Facebook.
Not content with nabbing the idea of "Stories" in the first place, Instagram is now trialling alerts for screenshots.
"Could he have said anything worse?" one Twitter user asked.
"We have a President of the United States whose "style of learning" doesn't include reading. We are officially an idiocracy," one Twitter user said.
Facebook users might soon be able to "downvote" content they find offensive, misleading or off-topic.
London commuters outraged by smear on women's votes martyr at Colliers Wood station on centenary of equality campaign's success.
"Someone stop him please," one Twitter user wrote.
Man finds book that his mother read to him as a child - but only thanks to the kindness of an independent bookstore owner.
"The stupid is strong with this one," one Twitter user wrote.
Following poor 2017, Snapchat regains ground at end of year with strong growth rates at faster pace than Facebook.
"What the world needs right now is capitalism with a conscience," Carrey said.
"What will it take for the Republicans to actually stand up to this madness?" One Twitter user asked.
Videos of people cutting soap are amassing thousands of views online - and it all comes down to a genre known as ASMR.
While some questioned US President Donald Trump's claim, others mocked him for his latest typo and using the word "their" instead of "there".
"That ad turned my stomach," one Twitter user wrote.
"Irony is dead," one Twitter user wrote.
"Yo memo so lame, even Wikileaks wouldn't leak it," Beau Willimon, the creator of Netflix's House of Cards, tweeted.
"I think the WH Press Secretary should lie less often. I think the country would be better for it," Pelosi's deputy chief of staff tweeted.