The mobile storytelling app has at least 150 million daily active users, a report finds.
Millions of fans will watch the NBA Finals in China, but unlike their peers in the U.S., most won’t be looking at television sets.
Before the Obama administration, there was no White House Facebook page or @POTUS. Come January 2017, there will be new faces behind these accounts.
The tech giant selected VoiceTube, a mobile app for learning English through videos, as its App of the Year.
The social networking giant — which has turned its 1.65 billion users into an $18 billion advertising business — now allows ads targeting non-Facebook users.
Second-time CEO Jack Dorsey explained why he returned to the microblogging site at the company’s annual shareholder meeting Wednesday.
The company’s stock price has dropped 81 percent from its all-time high in 2013.
The social networking giant has acquired Two Big Ears, a spatial audio technology based in Edinburgh.
Twentieth Century Fox purchased a new ad format to sell movie tickets through the popular mobile storytelling app.
Clinton Calls For Action Against Gun Violence, Support For Mental Health At Conference For Trayvon Martin Foundation
The Democrat spoke Saturday at the Circle of Mothers Conference, one day after Republican Donald Trump addressed the National Rifle Association.
A protest Friday in the heavily fortified section of Iraq's capital resulted in at least four deaths and 100 injuries.
U.S. Army Gen. Joseph Votel, accompanied by CNN, visited with U.S. special operations forces in the war-torn country.
The results of the strike have not been confirmed, but Pentagon officials said Mullah Akhtar Mansour was "likely killed."
Ominous graffiti, a hijacking and a 1999 crash prompted the airline to implement more safety measures — including two guards on every flight.
"On This Day," a feature that resurfaces old Facebook posts, was released 14 months ago, but it isn't available to everyone.
The mogul's tweets resonate better when aimed at readers with higher reading levels, social analytics firm Spredfast says.
“What if you can run any app with one tap?” asked Ellie Powers, group product manager of Android, at Google's developer conference.
The company announced Google Home, a voice-assistant device not unlike Amazon's Echo, at its developer conference Wednesday.
The social networking giant, which stumbled out of the gate with its initial public offering, is now valued at more than $330 billion.
Non-Twitter users could now see more ads from the microblogging site as of an update with its ad network MoPub.
Periscope is being integrated more into the main Twitter app as the company competes with Facebook Live.
Mark Zuckerberg said the company is still investigating whether the site's “Trending Topics” feature limited the number of conservative-leaning stories.
“Our updated look reflects how vibrant and diverse your storytelling has become,” a Wednesday blog post about the update reads.
Which presidential hopefuls have inspired the most Twitter chatter in 2016? Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.
Advertisers can now insert their product feed into Instagram and target particular items to users based on browsing history.
Viv Virtual Assistant Demo: Siri’s Smarter Sibling Shows How Hotels.com, Uber Can Be Even Faster To Use
In Viv’s first live demo, founder and CEO Dag Kittlaus demonstrated Viv working across several apps of its “friends” while onstage at TechCrunch Disrupt NY, the annual tech conference.
Interactive Advertising Bureau chief Randall Rothenberg argued that ad blocking is all about moving money from one pocket to another.
More than 1 billion people use Facebook Groups every month. But for the world’s largest social network, that just isn’t enough.
A new app called Voter applies Tinder’s signature swipe feature to the presidential election, aiming to match people to candidates aligned with the issues they care about.
“We’re not a keyboard company, but it’s a place to be if we’re trying to serve up GIFs,” Jillian Fisher, director of mobile products, told IBT.