Facebook may be prepping to take us all back to the '90s. The social network is testing a Messenger feature that sounds an awful lot like a chatroom, with further similarities to the company's short-lived Rooms app.
Twitter has rolled out a number of new tools aimed at making it easier for customers find and contact companies using tweets and direct messages. The updates are aimed at streamlining the customer support process on the platform.
An 18-year-old from Austria is suing her parents for allegedly posting hundreds of photos from her childhood on Facebook despite her protests. She claims the pics, some of which are of an intimate nature, have made her life a misery.
WhatsApp’s latest iOS update allows users to send messages and place calls using Siri. So talk to your mom or your friends. It literally couldn’t get any easier -- the process, we mean, not necessarily the conversation.
As November 8 draws ever nearer, Google is ramping up its arsenal of tools to help voters make an informed decision come election day. Google announced on Thursday the creation of the new Google Trends Election Hub.
Facebook has begun rolling out its Live video streaming feature on desktops. Previously only available on mobile, a select number of users can already use Facebook Live to stream from their desktops and laptops.
Twitter has launched a slate of new apps for Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Xbox One. The apps are devoted to its livestreams, including its NFL, NHL, and MLB broadcasts. Best of all, you don't even need an account to view the action.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg has expressed regret over her company’s oversight in regards to its removal of an iconic Vietnam War photo. She made the statement in a letter addressed to Norway's prime minister, who had criticized the move.
Facebook and Twitter are fed up with fake news, so much so that they've joined media giants such as the New York Times and CNN to tackle the proliferation of bogus stories, and on a wider scale to improve the overall quality of information…