Toy sales for the film “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” are expected to bring in $1 billion this year, but Black Friday sales across the U.S. have been inconsistent.
Brit+Co, an online retail and do-it-yourself fashion startup, has earned a highly coveted spot on the ephemeral mobile media app, temporarily.
Every major U.S. sports league has embraced the video messaging app's "Stories" in a bid to reach millennials.
The mobile app also will rely more on user flagging of inappropriate content.
General Electric created new Snapchat filters for 50 major airports and 25 train stations.
A U.S.-based mobile game-streaming app has opened offices in Korea and Japan. Next up? China.
Remember the "Word of the Year"? The study found emoji to be the most popular on the social network.
Match Group Inc (MTCH) will be listed Thursday on Nasdaq. But investors aren't wooed to buy, yet.
"Creating policy from a reactive posture is inherently problematic," the head of public policy for Mozilla told International Business Times.
"Please don't let a small minority of extremists make you pessimistic about our future," Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote in a post on his Facebook page.
With the Paris attacks, social networks are taking aggressive stances against the Islamic State. “There is no place for terrorists on Facebook,” a representative said.
Facebook deployed the check-in feature Friday night during the Paris attacks, but had used the tool on only five previous occasions — all in the aftermath of a natural disaster.
So far, about 70 publishers have signed up for the networking site's new standalone mobile app for news, and each partner can run a number of so-called stations.
Democratic presidential contenders won't be the only ones in the spotlight Saturday, because Twitter has inked a TV debate partnership with CBS News.
The popular blogging site added instant messaging, following in the steps of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat.
David Byttow, a tech entrepreneur who has worked at Google, Medium, and Square, chats with IBT about building a successful app.
“A lot of how Match goes depends on how Tinder gets monetized,” one analyst says. “They’re going to have to give more data. They’re going to have to give a lot more data.”
Pinterest added a "virtual search tool" to its site and apps that lets users search for images with other photos.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership deal just went up on the blogging service, following the path of Amazon, the New York Times and others seeking transparency.
The social network now joins Apple, Alphabet and Microsoft in an exclusive club of companies with $300 billion market valuation.
The social network company showed solid growth in its mobile ad business when it reported quarterly financial results.
“Google Calendar is temporarily unavailable," a server error page read Wednesday afternoon.
When it discloses figures Wednesday, the operator of the popular social networking site is expected to report major spikes in revenue and earnings per share.
African-Americans hold just 1 percent of tech jobs for the popular microblogging site, even though they comprise nearly a third of the site's users.
Forget favorites and stars. Twitter replaced its old star-shape “favorite” tool with a heart, which will be referred to as a “like.”
Google recently launched an app for college students, but so far they don't seem interested.
The creative community that grew up on Google's YouTube is now being courted by the likes of Facebook and Verizon.
TV personality Al Roker tells IBT at Stream Con NYC what apps he'll use for Halloween and what he thinks about live-streaming's future.
Facebook says new low-bandwidth ads, designed for slower Internet connections in emerging overseas markets, will help it connect and sell to the world.
Where's Trump on Twitter? Marco Rubio, Ben Carson and Ted Cruz attracted the most traffic on Google and Twitter during Wednesday's Republican debate.