Encrypted messaging service Telegram just launched its very own publishing platform. The simple tool, dubbed Telegraph, has a minimal design akin to Medium, and boasts at least one very cool perk for Telegram users.
Twitter has issued a statement claiming it is expanding its enforcement of its policies violating developers from using its data to spy on its users, and from providing user information to law enforcement agencies.
WhatsApp has added a new feature to its app -- the ability to watch a video before that video finishes downloading. The new feature follows a slew of others from the company including the ability to video call contacts.
A number of Facebook users have taken to social media to share images of a $15 check they just received in the post from the social network. The money is part of the settlement of a $20 million class action lawsuit against Facebook.
The findings of a recent poll suggest the majority of Americans want The Donald to ditch his Twitter account now that he has the top job. However, it's hard to imagine the outspoken president-elect turning his back on his 15.8 million…
How far is Facebook willing to go to convince China’s communist government to lift the ban on its social network? According to a new report, the company is prepping a censorship tool in order to gain a foothold in the mainland.
A new Facebook feature has been spotted in the wild that pinpoints local free Wi-Fi hot spots on a map within the platform's mobile app. The feature may have been built on top of the company's "Free Wi-Fi for check-ins" program.
Snapchat wants to give everyone a chance to get their hands on its video-recording sunglasses, known as Spectacles, in time for the holidays. The company has opened a new pop-up store in Midtown Manhattan.
Instagram is bringing a feature from its parent company -- live video. Unlike Facebook's implementation, which is primarily geared toward media content, Instagram's Live Video is more of a blend of Twitter's Periscope and…
Snapchat's early distribution plan for their camera glasses? An interactive, happy-looking vending machine called the Snapbot. The company's hardware venture will be distributed exclusively through the Snapbot, at least at first.