Facebook is introducing a new way to interact with friends: with money! Soon you will be able to send and receive cash from your friends in Facebook Messenger by linking your debit card to your account.
Now you can share and listen to millions of songs while you tweet. Rhapsody announced a partnership with Twitter to bring its large catalog to the service, though it's only available for mobile devices at present.
Ikea's decision to allow a game of hide-and-seek at one of its stores last year may have seemed like a clever customer-relations move at the time, but now it looks like the whole thing has gotten a bit out of control.
Facebook published an updated version of its Community Guidelines, providing more detail about the content it allows its members to post. It includes new information on the site's stance concerning nudity, bullying, shaming, and violence.
Livestreaming app Meerkat may have been knocked sideways by Twitter's move to limit integration, but boss Ben Rubin seems pretty upbeat about the situation, and apparently feels no bitterness toward the social media company.
Twitter is taking a deeper interest in livestreaming after it confirmed on Friday its purchase of Periscope, a San Francisco-based startup currently working on an app focused on both live and recently recorded content.
The family of Victoria Soto, who was among those killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting a few years ago, applied for a trademark for her name in the hopes of curbing online harassment aimed at the family.
A U.S. District Court judge allowed a lawsuit that asks Facebook to change how it handles online transactions by minors to move forward. The lawsuits wants Facebook to issue refunds for parents whose children spent their money without…