Some nifty new features are on their way to Facebook Live in the next few months, among them the ability to add another person to a broadcast, and, in a swipe at Snapchat, the chance to have fun with some wacky face filters.
Facebook is training its top leaders and employees to manage their political biases. According to COO Sheryl Sandberg, it needed to educate its employees on all forms of bias after the trending topics controversy last month.
Instagram has announced that users will soon be able to instantaneously translate captions, comments, bios and more within its applications with a tap of a button. The feature is set to be released in July 2016.
Video app Flipagram has taken to VidCon to announce that it now has 200 million creators, and that it gets 4 billion daily video views on social media. We spoke with the app's co-founder and CEO Farhad Mohit about its success, and future…
President Obama is set to take part in a Facebook Live discussion with Mark Zuckerberg as part of a Silicon Valley summit on tech from emerging markets. The live chat will be broadcast on the social network this Friday.
There are a lot of people on Instagram – 500M at the last count – which means there are also a lot of languages. Mindful of the fact, Instagram says it's about to roll out a new translation feature so we can all understand each other's…
Democrats protesting gun violence on the House floor took to live-streaming their sit-in on Periscope and Facebook after the House cameras were turned off. C-SPAN, which broadcasted the streams, called it "a milestone moment.”
Reddit users have helped authorities to identify a vandal who defaced trails and rock formations in several national parks. The culprit, Casey Nocket, was a graffiti artist who glorified her work on her social media accounts.