There's speculation Twitter is finally focusing on co-founder Jack Dorsey as the permanent CEO, and big changes to the company's board could be announced as soon as Thursday.
It's been about a year since Twitter launched tests of e-commerce, and now it's rolling out a "buy now" button system wide—so any U.S. retailer big or small can sell physical products, digital goods or services all within a tweet.
Once again a Facebook privacy hoax has circulated on the internet, just a day after the social media site suffered another major outage.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel was overheard confronting Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg over incendiary posts on the social network, Bloomberg reported on Sunday, amid complaints from her government about anti-immigrant posts in the midst of Europe's refugee crisis.
The Indian prime minister Narendra Modi seemed at home at Facebook headquarters on Sunday, in a town hall event seen by many as an attempt by Facebook to gain much-needed support for its expansive ambitions in India.
Twitter has introduced the ability for some users to create polls within its mobile app and desktop site during a significant feature trial.
An outage briefly forced Facebook offline on Thursday. The issue affected all platforms from around 5.30pm UK time.
Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg built his audience of 39 million YouTube subscribers by playing games. Now he’s releasing his own mobile game: Legend of the Brofist.
Facebook -owned Instagram has hit 400 million monthly active users, making it far larger than rival Twitter, as the social networking site looks to boost advertising revenues from the service.
In the past few months several new names have come into the spotlight at Facebook. Here are a few of them...beyond the big three to watch.
Is your Instagram feed still ordered oldest-to-newest? Then treasure your straightforward user experience because it is not going to last.
The rumours are true: Twitter is going to stop counting photos and videos in its 140-character limit.
Periscope, Twitter’s live video streaming service, is experimenting with using a “flash jury” of users to decide whether abusive commenters deserve to be blocked from the site.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said the company is shutting down terrorist accounts and putting more controls in place to protect user safety.
Today's Apple latest features news about the iWatch, the iPhone 6 and news about the partnership they have just struck with IBM.
Facebook is considering the introduction of a virtual “tip jar”, so users can tip small amounts of money to the pages and people they like most.
Spotify moved to expand its service beyond music on Wednesday, announcing video content deals several major media conglomerates, including Comedy Central, ESPN, Adult Swim, BBC and NBC.
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Snapchat is raising about $200 million in a financing round that may put the social media platform's valuation as high as $22.7 billion, TechCrunch reported, citing sources.