The look and feel of Vine could be about to change after the short-video service on Wednesday announced iOS users can now import videos from other apps, with new editing tools also added. The update is coming to Android later.
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Snapchat looks to be on the way to monetizing its service, with a report Tuesday claiming the startup is currently in talks with advertisers and media firms with a view to introducing ads, videos and news.
Perhaps an ideal place to move if you want to pass a massive iTunes collection to your children, Delaware has become the first state to provide legal guidelines related to ownership of digital accounts after death.
Microsoft has launched WindUp, an app that lets you send messages to your friends which are deleted after a set amount of time or views. Despite similarities to Snapchat, Microsoft says the app is part of an ongoing research project into how content is shared…
Twitter likes to try out new features on a limited number of users before rolling it out to everyone – or ditching it entirely. Its latest experiment involves retweeting users' favorited posts, bringing extra (possibly unwanted) content to Twitter timelines…
Twitter's exclusive group of blue-badged tweeters can now receive alerts to let them know when another verified user has started following them, and also filter their followers to bring up verified ones only.
Twitter said Tuesday it's started to test promoted videos on its service. The new style of ad, which appears in a user's timeline, will not autoplay but instead can be viewed by tapping the play button.
Parody Twitter account Bicycle Lobby received a subpoena from the District Attorney's office in New York for a sarcastic tweet the account posted that was related to white flags being found on the Brooklyn Bridge.
A 21-year-old Mexican man died after accidentally shooting himself in the head while taking a gun selfie. Oscar Otero Aguilar had reportedly been partying with friends when the tragic incident took place.
LinkedIn has paid out almost $6 million in unpaid overtime and damages to current and former employees across the US after a Department of Labor investigation found that the startup had violated rules laid out in the Fair Labor Standards Act.
The Union State Guest House, a hotel in Hudson, NY, charged $500 for every negative review wedding guests post online. Likely due to the immense backlash, the venue has since quietly taken down the policy.
Houston resident Meryem Ali filed a lawsuit against Facebook and a man named Adeel Shah Khan for the social network's inability to act in a timely manner when it came to removing Khan's revenge porn account.
Easily one of the silliest reasons to call a number meant for life-threatening emergencies, a number of Los Angeles residents started calling 911 when Facebook wouldn't load on their mobile devices and computers
Potentially a sign that Google is slowly sunsetting the Google+ social network, the search company is reported to be transitioning Google+ Photos into a standalone product without requiring a Google+ account.