More brands are eyeing Snapchat, the disappearing photo- and video-sharing platform as a place to advertise and engage consumers.
Twitter is starting to make money from the 500-million-plus people who see tweets but don't log in.
Spotify is reviewing its policy of not allowing musicians to reserve their albums for paying subscribers only, making the music inaccessible to the music-streaming service’s free users.
Popular photo-sharing and messaging app Snapchat has been suffering a major outage for the last five hours that has seen users unable to access the service.
Mark Zuckerberg has defended the structure of his new philanthropic organisation after critics suggested he was avoiding paying tax on the sale of his shares.
The Austrian privacy campaigner Max Schrems is demanding that Ireland, Germany and Belgium stop Facebook from transferring EU citizens’ data to the US.
It’s refreshing to see two prominent billionaires even paying lip service to upending plutocracy.
For many YouTubers, their first 200k video views are a step along the road to online stardom. For a Czech man called Jakub F, it could be the key to avoiding a big fine for copyright infringement.
Two’s company but three’s a crowd according to dating app Tinder, which has launched a legal bid to kill off a rival app aimed at people looking for threesomes.
343 industries address certain issues currently plaguing the Master Chief
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has announced that he plans to invite “leading conservatives and people from across the political spectrum” to talk with him about accusations of political bias at the social media company.
User numbers are going to be in the spotlight on earnings day at Twitter as stagnating user growth has dragged shares down over the past year.
Investors are concerned after shareholders approved a new class of nonvoting Class C shares on Monday.
A new dating technology is set to revolutionise the way that people find a partner.
Facebook has apologized for banning a photo of a plus-sized model and telling the feminist group that posted the image that it depicts “body parts in an undesirable manner”.
Facebook wants credit for helping create 4.5 million jobs worldwide in 2014. But some economists are throwing cold water on the estimates.
When a 16-year-old student at a San Diego high school uploaded a 10-second video to Snapchat of another student seemingly masturbating in a restroom stall, he thought he’d get a laugh from his peers. The video, shot on a smartphone, was posted to Snapchat stories and disappeared 24 hours later, but not before it went viral around the school.
A billion people now use Facebook Messenger every month, the company announced on Wednesday.