Twitter is stepping up its eSports coverage as it looks to position itself as the home of competitive gaming broadcasts. The company has struck a deal with the world's largest eSports company to stream a number of major tournaments.
On Wednesday, Facebook announced it would be "updating the tools and resources we offer to people who may be thinking of suicide, as well as the support we offer to their concerned friends and family members."
This week a fifth-grader from Michigan wrote to Space X and Tesla founder Elon Musk with a great idea for a contest to help promote the company's green sports cars. The inventor not only embraced the idea, but wrote back to say thanks.
The Dress is back, only this time it's a tasty strawberry pie that is not actually red, but that doesn't stop our brains from seeing that color. The image is a manipulated photo from a psychology professor.
Snap Inc. now calls itself a camera company and a 360 option could be on its radar next, along with a potential drone. Both leaks come the same week the company went public on the New York Stock Exchange.
Twitter is following up on its steady stream of safety updates with more measures aimed at stamping out abuse. Aside from its new muting and filtering tools, the company is also deploying algorithms to identify abusive behavior.
It would appear that the popular messaging app Facebook Messenger is undergoing a bit of a redesign, as well as an integration of the social network's personal assistant named "M." The updates apply to the Android version of the app.
If Snap Spectacles were a hat they may look like Google's patent for a smart hat with a built-in camera. The hat uses vibrations to tell the wearer which way to turn and uses bone vibrations for sound.
It's already enjoying success with its camera-equipped Spectacles, so how about a Snapchat drone? Snap has reportedly been looking into the idea of a drone with a camera that could integrate with its popular app.
You can now tune into Facebook videos from your friends and global live broadcasts on Apple TV, and on select Samsung Smart TVs. Fittingly dubbed "Facebook Video," the social network's new app is currently featured on the tvOS home page.