The digital video arms race between Snapchat and Facebook is getting tighter.
Already alarmed by how well Facebook’s adverts seem to know you? They are about to get even more specific.
Facebook is having a very good week.
Facebook now averages 1.1 billion users per day, according quarterly results announced on Wednesday, which also revealed the company made more money on mobile advertising alone than the whole business took in during the same period last year.
Favourites – we use them for a myriad of reasons. Favouriting a tweet could mean “I like this tweet”, or “good point”, or “this is fun, but not enough to retweet”, or “I acknowledge your communication, but can’t be bothered to reply”, or “the conversation is ending now, but on a positive note!” Also, the favourite is a great bookmarking tool.
I am not sure what a low-key billionaire is supposed to look like, but I’m certain that’s the look Jack Dorsey was aiming for when he opened Twitter’s developer conference last month.
Facebook is testing an artificial intelligence (AI) feature that will allow it to answer questions about a photo, a feature aimed at helping blind people "see" images uploaded to the social network.
Facebook has announced plans to water down its controversial “real names” policy, after lobbying from civil liberties groups worldwide.
It’s up there as one of the most irritating things about Facebook – along with the fact your entire extended family just joined.
Sebastian Coe, the newly-appointed president of the embattled governing body of world athletics, is to be summoned by the parliamentary select committee that inadvertently forced Paula Radcliffe to defend herself from doping allegations.
In the 1980s, the neutron bomb was the new thing to be Worried About.
Instagram on Tuesday launched a product designed to directly take on emerging rival Snapchat. The product, called "Stories" appears directly inside Instagram's app.
After being rated one of the best places to work in the U.S. in 2014, Twitter's perception has taken a major hit.
Facebook has censored dozens of posts and user accounts after the death of a high-profile Kashmiri separatist militant, who was killed by the Indian army earlier this month.
Chief Marketing Officer Leslie Berland will now assume responsibility for communications, a Twitter spokesperson said.
We profile a number of prominent people who Tweet about Liverpool and all things Anfield.
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.
Facebook's attempt to remove bias from its Trending feature by automating it may not solve the problem, says one artificial intelligence start-up.
Stop us if you’ve heard this one: Facebook rolls out a new feature and/or acquires a new company, vowing to protect the privacy of its users’ personal information with its last dying breath. A year or two later, it backtracks and decides it wants spin your data into gold after all – and if users don’t like it, they can delete their accounts.
The PayPal co-founder and early investor in Facebook once gave Zuckerberg a timeless piece of advice.