"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.
"That's a special kind of dumb and inappropriate," one Twitter user chimed.
"Disturbing doesn't begin to describe it," another said.
White Moose Cafe and The Charleville Lodge Hotel in Dublin have been inundated with negative reviews after owner Paul Stenson shamed a blogger for asking for a free stay.
"This is the stupidest response. Ever," one Twitter user wrote.
Little Li becomes unwitting social media star - but his story sparks wider debate about child cruelty.
"You should be ashamed, but if you can't manage that at least be quiet," one Twitter user wrote.
"Alexa, can you track @PressSec inappropriate use of an official Twitter account? Thanks" one Twitter user wrote.
German retailer Lidl has been strongly criticised for introducing naked onions, wrapped in plastic packaging.
Norway's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has mocked advice to Australian tourists to watch out for polar bears.