Facebook opens up an eBay-like marketplace where members of groups can buy and sell items. The new feature is reminiscent of Craigslist or eBay, and opens Facebook up to the world of Internet commerce.
Periscope has just made it a whole lot easier for smartphone owners to start using the livestreaming app. Until today you needed a Twitter account to get going, but all that's required now is a mobile number.
A new series called Vergaraland, all about popular actress Sofia Vergara, and involving her young son Manolo, will launch on Snapchat and serve as a sort of tongue-and-cheek look at her career, through the keen eyes of her millennial son.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has made his way past the Great Firewall and onto Chinese social networking website, Weibo. Could his presence on the social network encourage Chinese consumers to buy more Apple products?
Cyberbullying has affected a large number of people. A new photo-sharing app, Hyper, aims to combat the social issue with its interest-centric social media platform that's based on community, not individual profiles.
Facebook is testing out its own mini search engine, or link aggregator, in an attempt to carve out some of the mobile search market from Google. This could mean huge ad revenue and stiffened competition for Google.
The people behind the dating app Lulu pay homage to Microsoft's website that guesses your age with a tool that guesses how much of a dude a guy is based on his picture. The dude-rating goes from 1 to 100.
Social media allows people to air their political views, but often not without controversy. The Republican Party is gearing up for 2016 by trying to capture new audiences, such as those who frequent social media.