The four were jailed for life for the brutal stabbing of Cemeren Yilmaz, 16, in Bedford in September, which was filmed on Snapchat.
The day after Shania McNeill's death in Sydney's west, two of her friends took to social media to post selfies from their hospital beds.
Police are investigating after a video showed a schoolgirl being attacked by a large group of pupils near a school in Birmingham.
The incident occurred on the footbridge between Tesco Vale and Ikea, above the busy A379 in Exeter.
Snapchat came under fire earlier this week after an ad appeared on the app asking whether or not users would want to "slap Rihanna" or "punch Chris Brown," referencing the night Brown assaulted Rihanna in 2009.
Mother-of-two Samantha Ciotta, 32, is alleged to have had a sexual relationship with the 14-year-old pupil over a period of several months.
The British Airways hostess who filmed a Snapchat video where she made a racist ‘joke’ about Nigerian passengers has denied she was sacked. Joanne Wickenden is no longer an employee of the airline after the clip of herself, that was captioned ‘I can’t cope with this flight’, made its way online.
Two teenage girls say they were locked in a cab by a taxi driver when they couldn't pay the whole fare.
Along with new festive holiday lenses for Christmas, Snapchat has also released a new lens that lets you play a game with your face. The game, which is featured within the app, is called Santa's Helper. In it, your face is placed on an elf's body as you try to slide down a snowy slope, collecting presents and ornaments, and dodging bunny rabbits that'll try to punch you. SEE ALSO: Snapchat's gift to you this Christmas: more filters and lenses And here's the coolest part: you control your elf by turning your head left and right. via GIPHY What does this new lens-based game mean for Snapchat? Is Snap getting serious about gaming? Though <em>TechCrunch</em> <em> </em>suggested Santa's Helper is <em>"</em>the launch of a new, native games feature," the game is unlikely to become the next <em>Pokémon Go.</em> This isn't the first time Snapchat's experimented with a bit of in-app interactivity. In October, Snapchat had a lens that let a user bounce a ball on their head. Earlier this month, a lens transformed faces into puzzles. Publishers and advertisers also have contributed games to the app. During the U.S. Open, ESPN's Snapchat Discover channel featured a tennis game within a Gatorade ad. Another native game appeared on ESPN's Snapchat Discover during a recent football game: @ESPN has a sick Snapchat ad that's actually an interactive game going rn pic.twitter.com/iMYzaC3A6z — Kerry Flynn (@kerrymflynn) December 19, 2016 Snap declined to comment on why the company has introduced gaming and what it could add in the future. But recent job postings point to further development of the app's lenses and other augmented reality features. Snap seeks to hire people with experience in 3D design, animation, modeling, rigging and skinning experience. Snap's expansion comes after a big year for the company and ahead of its highly-anticipated public offering. <em>Kerry Flynn contributed to this report. </em> BONUS: You can swap Snap Spectacle lenses - here's how
A marriage was annulled after just two hours when the groom caught his wife — wait for it — using Snapchat.
DJ Khaled, music producer and the "King of Snapchat," spoke with Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric about his 7 million followers and the his appeal on the social media app.
DJ Khaled, music mogul and Snapchat superstar, sat down with Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric to talk about his new album, Beyoncé and the keys to success. (Hint: Drink water.)
Poor Sofia Richie! The daughter of Lionel Richie and Diana Alexander Richie probably wanted to party All Night Long in celebration of her milestone birthday, but sadly she suffered another setback. It’s safe to say that Justin Bieber’s girlfriend hasn’t been having the best time of it lately, and it looked like the teen – who is celebrating her 18th birthday today (Aug 24) – was set for another disappointing delay. Richie took to Snapchat last night (Aug 23) to reveal that she had been forced to visit hospital just hours before her special day.
All aboard the internet drama express! Justin Bieber has deleted his Instagram account days after threatening to quit the social media site over abuse directed at his new girlfriend Sofia Richie. This comes after Justin, 22, threatened fans with privatising his account after receiving “hate” filled messages, which then lead on to a bizarre war of words between the Canadian and his ex-girlfriend Selena, 24. The former Disney star wasn’t a fan of JB’s attitude towards his fans and let him know in the comments, but this soon escalated into a Ping-Pong match of insults, with Justin claiming that the Good For You singer used him for fame.
Snapchat has dropped its latest selfie lens following accusations of racism, marking the second time that the app has been slammed for being racially insensitive. Amazingly, this isn’t the first time that Snapchat has faced accusations of racism after introducing a controversial filter.
The Harry Potter legend revealed he likes to anonymously peruse Twitter and has avoided email for most of his life. Thankfully, being on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat isn’t written into the contracts to promote his movies, because Dan is firmly against having any open presence on social media.
Gwen Stefani has been tirelessly travelling across the country on her This Is What The Truth Feels Like Tour, but she recently managed to schedule in a well-deserved break at the Happiest Place On Earth, aka Walt Disney World. On Monday (July 25) the 46-year-old singer-songwriter was spotted taking an afternoon off for some family fun at the Magic Kingdom theme park in Lake Buena Vista, Florida – proving that she’s still a kid at heart!
The two former Disney stars – who are now pop music royalty – hinted at a possible team up on Twitter. The short clip was shared on Selena’s update account ‘Official Selenators’ and garnered over 4,000 retweets and over 6,000 likes, eventually reaching Britney herself.
You wouldn’t think that Nick Grimshaw’s hair could be a hot topic of conversation, but, once again, it’s making the headlines today (July 14).
Snapchat has unveiled a new section called Memories, which automatically stores photos, videos and ‘Stories’ for users to send later on. Until now, users could only upload Snaps just after they were taken or save them to their phone’s camera roll and re-share them with Snapchat later on. Memories stores all of the user’s posts, enabling them to look back through them much more easily, by swiping up from the camera.