On Thursday, Twitter product manager Patrick Traughber published a blog post announcing the debut of Twitter Lite, described as "a new mobile web experience which minimizes data usage," among other things.
For small production companies, TV now comes fourth while digital content takes the top-three slots for video outlets, a new survey from the subscription based video stock company VideoBlocks suggests.
It looks like we have a long way to go before we'll have true pay equality in the tech industry. According to a new report, black women in that field make only 79 cents for every dollar that a white man makes.
Seeing a rocket ship pop up on your Facebook page? Don't worry -- your account hasn't been taken over by spacemen. Rather, it would appear that Facebook is testing yet another version of News Feed for its users.
DJ Khaled will be leveraging his considerable influence on social media for his upcoming original series, The Bless Up with DJ Khaled, which will live exclusively on Instagram. The series will feature Khaled helping fans in their daily…
YouTube's community-contributed subtitles are great for people who could actually find content in foreign languages. But now, "Community Contributions [can] translate your video’s titles and descriptions in addition to your…
On Friday, Snapchat announced "a new way to understand what's happening in Snaps that are submitted to Our Story." All that to say that as of now (in select cities), you can search more than one million unique Stories on Snapchat.
Twitter is switching up the formula once again. Now, usernames don't count against the network's 140-character limit. Replies have been tweaked, too -- on mobile, they appear above the composition textbox.
Facebook's personal fundraising tool helps you recruit friends for charitable causes. It's rolling out to U.S. users in the next few months, alongside a new "Discovery" tab that'll make it easier to find and follow charities.
Tinder is testing a new, browser-based version of its hit dating application, called Tinder Online. Available in select countries during testing, some users will also only require a phone number to sign up.