Twitter is bringing 360-degree live video to its service courtesy of its Periscope live-streaming platform in partnership with a small group of popular users. Periscope says it will be rolling out the feature more widely over the coming…
Republicans presented a bill that will impose a fine for live-streaming from the House of Representatives floor. This is most likely in response to Democrats using social media to broadcast a sit-in earlier in 2016.
While industry sales reports show decline, one research company is suggesting the camera market could grow over the next few years, led largely by social media and economic growth in the Asia Pacific region.
International travelers looking to visit the United States via the visa-waiver program are now being asked to include information on their online presence, including Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube account names.
While there has been a lot of growth in tech this year, such as the rise of Facebook Live and advances in the self-driving market -- we're taking a look at some events and products that didn't have such a grand time.
Thinking of starting a photo challenge for 2017? Donate to charity at the same time with the Donate a Photo app. The Johnson and Johnson-sponsored app trades social media exposure for charitable donations.
Meet Honest Few, a new book discovery platform that takes your Facebook likes and Twitter retweets and turns them into currency for digital books. Simply spread the good word of Honest Few, and start collecting e-books for free.
In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of everything. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech stories from…
A group from Indiana University is tracking the spread of fake news stories with a new search engine called Hoaxy. From election rumors to whether dandelions really kill cancer, the site tracks the web of web rumors.