If you've seen what he's willing to say on national television, then surely, you can't be surprised by what he's willing to spout on social media. We're talking about Gordon Ramsay, who is taking his cringe-worthy criticism to Twitter.
Twitter is introducing custom profiles for businesses in order to personalize the customer support experience within direct messages on its platform. The feature is launching in partnership with T-Mobile.
Microsoft-owned LinkedIn is getting a set of new apps aimed at low-connectivity markets, starting in India. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announced the products on Wednesday at his company’s Future Decoded event in Mumbai.
Facebook is reportedly in talks with Major League Baseball (MLB) to license live games from the upcoming season. The deal could provide a major boost for Facebook's recently announced video app for set-top boxes.
Apple has been granted a patent for an avatar creation app that would allow users to make an animated character to use across its software, including iMessage and FaceTime, and elsewhere in gaming and on social networks.
Facebook now lets you transfer money overseas directly from within Messenger. The feature, touted as a first for the messaging platform, comes courtesy of a new chatbot developed by London-based payments service TransferWise.
WhatsApp is going back to its roots to commemorate the app's 8th anniversary -- its latest update introduces a tab called Status, which lets users share moments in their day in the form of photos, videos and GIFs.
Not getting your hashtag fill with #ThrowbackThursday or #ManCrushMonday? Here's a list of some of the platform's more popular hashtags, so you can outfit your next Instagram post with the proper tag, regardless of what day it is.
Snapchat's first official video guide may be aimed at Wall Street investors, but that doesn't mean general users can't watch it too. The clip will teach you how to use everything from stories to Memories direct from the source.