Get ready to swap faces with absolutely anything you want thanks to Snapchat's latest update. The app has introduced a new face-swap from camera selfie lens that lets you switch faces with any image stored in your phone's photo library.
Flipagram has launched an update to its app that allows you to take photos and videos straight from the app -- you'll no longer have to browse through the camera roll in order to create media for Flipagram.
Facebook has announced yet another tweak to the News Feed, now factoring in time spent reading articles. The changes are part of Facebook's Feed Quality Program, and should help cut down on clickbait in the News Feed.
Miss USA is heading to Instagram and Twitter in search of a 52nd contestant for its 2016 beauty pageant. For the first time in history, the public will also be able to vote to select the new candidate via Twitter and the Miss USA website.
New Mexico is taking to Twitter to reveal the identities of repeat DUI offenders and the judges that aren't handing out tough sentences in drunken driving cases. The move is being termed "unethical" by its opponents.
Looking for something to watch? Instead of turning on the tube just to find something, you'll soon be able to see live TV listings within Google Search. That's in addition to all the info Google already offers about TV shows and movies.
Voice calling on Facebook is quick and easy to use, but to date it's been missing one major feature: group calls. Well, folks, that feature is finally here, and will be rolling out to both iOS and Android users over the next 24 hours.
Google has updated Inbox to include a "Save to Inbox" button for links. Inbox will also now group emails from particular events together, so you won't have to deal with dozens of emails for that event.
The Queen of England is seeking someone for a job fit for a king. The official website of the British Monarchy is in search of a social media manager for the Royals' Twitter and Facebook accounts. The right candidate could pocket over…