"What a breath of fresh air," one Twitter user wrote.
"He's always been good at slapping his name on someone else's work," Cody Keenan, a speechwriter for then president Obama, tweeted.
Concealing skin imperfections is now being ignored thanks to a new trend all about embracing them.
"'State of the Uniom' pretty sums up this presidency," someone wrote.
Hundreds of irate young people respond to TV slur after Piers Morgan show's producers ask if millennials are useless.
"This amount of stupidity is very dangerous," one person tweeted.
"Trump ignores Eminem's diss track, but responds immediately to Jay-Z's criticism. Wonder what the difference is," one Twitter user wrote.
Emily Gipson claimed staff at Lebanon High School failed to deal with bullying.
Facebook's 'Did you Know' feature just started asking people to say what (or who) they usually slept with and the company had to take it down due to the backlash.
Software engineer Christina Aiello was among a number of Reddit users who stepped up to help a college student who thought he may have to survive until next week eating just syrup.
Twitter furiously blasted Sarah Sanders declaring that people do not care if the president asks government officials about their voting habits
The incident comes after Apple admitted that it has been throttling CPU performance on older devices with degraded batteries.
SoFi confirms move of high-profile operator who has "deep understanding of technology, consumer and finance businesses". Noto joins the company in March.
"Just like all things 'Trump' it was written in disappearing ink," one Twitter user wrote.
Facebook has hired Peter Hutton, the former chief executive of Eurosport, in a move it hopes will draw major live sports to the platform.
One Twitter user simply wrote: "Fake it till you make it."
YouTube has come out against calls for its content to be regulated in a similar way to traditional television and radio broadcasters.
Social media expressed shock and outrage over the White House's new partisan voicemail recording with some calling it "childish" and "dangerous".
Millie Bobby Brown and Natalie Portman were born over 20 years apart but share an incredible likeness.