Social Media
Social Media

Facebook reveals extensive list of things you care about — and some of it is outright strange

As part of the launch of its Audience Optimization Tool, Facebook has publicly made available the complete list of users' interests on its platform. From emotions to celebrities, find out all the random things millions of people like on the…
Social Media

Update: Fine Brothers shut ‘React World’ licensing deal, apologize to fans

The ongoing backlash to the Fine Brothers' 'React World' licensing deal has forced the YouTube stars to put an end to the program. Since the initiative's launch last week, the Fine Brothers Entertainment channel has lost over…
Social Media

WhatsApp marches on, now has 1 billion monthly users

WhatsApp has finally reached the billion-user milestone. While the Facebook-owned messaging app doesn't generate any revenue, recently revealed plans suggest that could change by developing features within the app that help businesses…
Photography

This printer searches Instagram for your #hashtag, then prints out free photos

The next time you hold a big party or attend a cool event, this fun Instagram printer -- which prints out free photos when you use a special hashtag -- could be the center of attention.
Social Media

Snapchat lets sports fans overlay real-time graphics on images, videos

Snapchat has rolled out Live Score geofilters that allow users attending major sporting events to overlay their images and videos with real-time graphics. The geofilters are currently limited to NBA games and other undisclosed matches.
Social Media

Facebook is planning a ride-sharing feature for its Events pages

A patent application filed by Facebook reveals that the social network wants to introduce a ride-sharing feature to its Events pages. The update will allow users to find and share rides with other attendees of the same event.
Photography

Curiosity snaps stunning self-portrait on Mars, not a selfie stick in sight

NASA's Curiosity has just posted another stunning selfie, made all the more magical for its lack of robotic arm or selfie stick. So how did it do that?
Mobile

Weekly Rewind: iPhone sales slow, Google beats Go, Bill Nye wants electric NASCAR

In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on, in fact, that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of everything. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech…
Mobile

Here are this week’s 5 best new apps: Gotta Go!, Tack, News Pro, and more

This week's top new apps include an app that gives you excuses to get out of situations, an app that lets you schedule messages, and Microsoft's news reader app for iOS, among others.
Social Media

How Facebook is profiting off the 2016 presidential election

By November of this year, one candidate will have won the 2016 presidential election, many will have lost, and Facebook will have profited. American elections, which continue to grow more expensive, have learned the power of social media.
Social Media

3G internet just arrived for Myanmar farmers, but they've had Facebook for ages

While Google and Twitter might vie for users in the West, in Myanmar no one has even heard of it. They're Facebook users through and through and have had active accounts well before they had access to 3G internet.