A substantial increase in male signups has helped Pinterest to reach 150 million monthly active users, 70 million of which are based in the U.S., making it more popular in its domestic market than its rival Twitter.
Twitter’s Periscope is expanding its live-streaming capability by allowing creators to broadcast from external devices, such as professional cameras, games, and VR. The move brings the service even closer to rivals YouTube and Facebook…
Political banter on social media can be quite unsavory to say the least. Here are a few ways to rid your Facebook News Feed of politics, so you won't have to endure another post regarding Trump or Clinton again.
Red-sweater-wearing undecided voter Ken Bone drew national attention when he asked about energy policy during the second presidential debate. He has now decided -- but it has nothing to do with the presidential election.
Want to enjoy Facebook videos on your TV instead of smartphone? Facebook has enabled a new feature on its mobile app that allows you to do so. Simply click the button, hit the TV icon, and select which device you want to stream to.
It has helped you find all the information you need to make an informed decision this November, and now it's helping you put that decision to action. Google now tells you where to vote and who's on the ballot.
In an effort to always present the best version of you, the dating app Tinder has introduced Smart Photos. It promises to make you "swipeworthy" -- just what every gal (and guy) has ever wanted to hear!
Hoping to increase engagement on the service, Twitter is currently trialing a new Explore tab in place of Moments. The feature aims to improve content discovery by highlighting trending topics and suggesting other users to follow.
Snap Inc., the company formerly known as Snapchat, has tapped Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs to lead its IPO. The expected $25 billion valuation could make it the biggest company to go public on the U.S. exchange since 2014.
There have been many reports of fake, satirical, or downright wrong news stories being promoted on Facebook through its Trending stories ever since the social network removed most human oversight from the process.
Clicktivism has evolved into action. According to election officials, Facebook has driven "substantial increases" in voter registration numbers the country over, and all it took was a 17-word reminder.
Would you pay $7 a month to give yourself a better chance of finding a serious relationship? That's what Hinge is backing on, ditching the swipers and ghosters in its new version in order to encourage meaningful connections.