The internet company made the announcement across the major social networks. Unfortunately for Google, its own service wasn’t as well received.
Facebook’s Algorithm Changes Leave Dating Apps — Not Just Media Publishers — Frustrated By Reach Restrictions
Facebook in 2014 instituted restrictions on dating apps advertising on the social network. The latest shift once again limits their reach.
RapidSOS, a New York City-based startup, hopes to eliminate the need for 911 operators to ask “Where are you?”
For the first time, the social networking giant shared its five values to how it constructs the Facebook News Feed.
The startup for short-term rentals is seeking additional funding that could make it twice as valuable as Marriott, the New York Times reports.
Real Life, an online publication funded by Snapchat, will be about “how our lives are mediated by devices,” the editor-in-chief said.
Slideshow is a new feature that allows users of Facebook’s iPhone app to create video compilations.
A new mobile app wants to answer an eternal question by grabbing live video from a host of different apps and sorting it by location.
The anonymous secret-sharing app takes a page from Snapchat and will host video for the first time as it courts advertisers.
Barack Obama At Stanford Tells Entrepreneurs Brexit Speaks To Their Same Challenges Of Globalization
In the wake of the Brexit vote, the president urged 1,200 entrepreneurs at Stanford University to embrace a future of interconnectivity.
Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and Weibo helped NBA dominate the conversation online for NBA Draft night.
The social network institutes “political bias training” to see that diverse political views are represented.
When the cameras in the House chambers turned off, Rep. Scott Peters of California took to his smartphone to broadcast the protest.
Instagram’s 500 Million Monthly Active Users Are 80 Percent Outside US — But Revenue Still Comes Locally
More than 80 percent of Instagram users are located outside the United States.
Magic Pony Technology, a team of 14 engineers in London, will join the social media company to work on improving live video streams.
Real Life, an online magazine funded completely by the upstart social network, will launch June 27.
“How many people here know everything there is in the world?” Slack engineer Erica Baker asked at Wired Business Conference.
The social network wants to beautify and simplify your inbox — or at least your conversations within the company’s own network.
The video subsidiary's content will now be available to share on websites, expanding from the Twitter timeline and Periscope app.
Reynaldo Gonzalez, father of one of the 130 victims of the November terror attacks in Paris, said social media sites are culpable for the rise of ISIS.
High-profile contributors publish for free on the business networking site, but soon they'll be dealing with a new boss.
The Trevor Project, a nonprofit that provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ youth, honored Twitter for empowering its community.
Acquiring LinkedIn for $26.2 billion gives Microsoft a way to expand its business in a world increasingly dominated by Alphabet and Facebook.
The technology giant will acquire LinkedIn in a cash deal at $196 per share, Microsoft announced Monday.
The free app offers voice calling and text messaging as well as services like games, music streaming and taxi hailing.
The Democrat’s response Thursday to a tweet by the Republican received far more retweets and likes.
More than two-thirds of Snapchat videos are watched with the sound on, a study indicates. That’s way different from Facebook.
California’s tech hub donated heavily to Bernie Sanders — to the tune of at least $6 million. But Hillary Clinton won big in the Bay Area.
The line between media partners and Snapchat’s own editorial team is disappearing from the app.
The social network will be discontinuing Facebook Notify, its app that 70 publishers were using at launch last year.