The revamped Yahoo Messenger can pull photos from Flickr and searches for GIFs using Tumblr's fast library. The app is more focused on group messaging and sharing, taking on competitors like Facebook Messenger and Slack.
One Direction, Selena Gomez, and Justin Bieber were the musicians that dominated Instagram in 2015. Official statistics released by the network also revealed the artists with the most song mentions and fan armies.
Being an athlete is not just about what you do while you're competing anymore, and a new $15.8 million investment into LeBron James' social media platform, Uninterrupted, is proof. Warner Bros. and Turner Sports put up the money.
If you're on the fence about BlackBerry's first Android device, you'll get a chance to ask a few BlackBerry executives questions about the Priv. The AMA will be in the r/Android subreddit and will go live at 2 p.m. ET on 12/3.
U.S. supporters of ISIS tend to use Twitter more than other social network, a study on radicalization reveals. The report from George Washington University examined 300 social media accounts related to the terrorist group.
Flickr's annual Year in Review report reveals several trends among Flickr users and the photos and videos that were uploaded in 2015. The iPhone remains the most popular camera, while lime green is popular during summer.
Epitomizing the warm fuzzy feels of the holiday season, one Michigan woman's pastry purchase from a local Meijer supermarket is a testament to the importance of kindness, and the power of a good Facebook post.
LinkedIn has launched its major mobile revamp for its flagship app on iOS and Android, originally revealed in October. The app makes LinkedIn a lot more accessible to users, with a revamped news feed and messaging sections.
Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg is a dad now, and on the day he announced the birth of daughter Max, Zuck and wife Priscilla Chan pledged to give away 99 percent of their fortune to charitable causes over their lifetime.
When it comes to new baby names, Instagram filters are surging in popularity with millennial parents, according to a new survey. The unofficial global list of baby names was published by parenting site BabyCenter.com.