LinkedIn is making endorsements smarter, with new targeting and relevancy improvements that will allow you to get the most from each person who views your profile. It may even land you your next job opportunity.
Donald Trump aired a Facebook Live stream during the presidential debate that looked a lot like a news program, complete with hosts, guests, and ads. Was this our first glimpse of the candidate's rumored Trump TV network?
Twitter’s new virtual reality project manager Gregory Gopman lasted around 48 hours at the company before being shown the door over a controversial Facebook post in which he berated San Francisco's homeless population.
Facebook is launching a set of new ecommerce features that could transform it into your primary destination for everyday services, such as ordering food, buying movie and gig tickets, or planning a night out.
Instagram is taking a page out of parent company Facebook’s book by launching self-harm and suicide prevention support tools for its 500 million users. The app is also taking a more hands-on approach in monitoring concerning behavior.
Facebook Messenger is testing its own take on Snapchat's popular Stories feature in Australia, after introducing it in Poland last month. Expanding the feature to a new region indicates a global roll-out may be on the cards.
The world’s biggest social network is launching an “Endorsements” feature that allows you to publicly share your support for a U.S. political candidate. Just be prepared to defend your decision against your opinionated friends.
Instagram is rolling out suggested Stories to its Explore tab in a bid to help its users discover more accounts to follow. The recommended Stories will be catered to you based on your Instagram activity.
Facebook Live is rolling out its video scheduling function to verified pages and, in the coming weeks, to all users. The feature, first announced in June, allows publishers to schedule live broadcasts up to one week in advance.
WeChat owner Tencent has unveiled a new drone whose sole purpose will be to stream video directly to the popular messaging app. It's slated to go on sale at the end of October, and will set you back $299.
Facebook has removed all ads from its platform in Thailand out of respect for country’s king, who passed away on Thursday following a 70-year reign. The move marks the first time the social network has shut down ads for an entire country.