Looking for work? You can now add Facebook to the long list of career sites that can help you find a new job. On Wednesday, the company announced it is launching a new jobs bookmark on its mobile apps and the web.
Called the Lexicocalorimeter, a new tool is scanning Twitter for mentions of food and exercise to track how America is eating and staying healthy. Or, judging from all the pizza and TV references, how we're not.
LinkedIn is introducing a new feature that should appeal to the 4 million contractors that use its service to find work.The highly requested option is part of the Microsoft-owned platform’s Open Candidates tool.
With the new and improved version of OK Cupid, the app is getting a brand new look with updated typography and illustrations. OK Cupid is also changing up its feature set to set itself apart from competitors like Tinder.
What better way to celebrate Valentine's Day than with stories of other people's dates? IRL is a new book published by dating app Hinge to remind folks that romance might still exist, even if you can't find it by swiping on your phone.
Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling and former CNN anchor Piers Morgan got into a fight on Twitter recently. Lots of their followers were quick to get involved, though one British bookshop's response certainly stood out.
Twitter is reversing a safety update aimed at combatting harassment on its site after it was criticized by users of the social platform. Twitter quickly admitted that the change was a "misstep" on its part.
Sports live-streams on Facebook just received a huge boost thanks to the site's latest deal with Univision to stream soccer games from Mexico's Liga MX, the most-watched soccer property in the United States.
Musical.ly, the social platform for creating and sharing short videos beloved by teens, is releasing a new video messaging app called Ping Pong. The startup is hoping its 100 million users make the jump to its latest offering.