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.
Recently, the app creating monthly magazines from the iOS camera roll, will soon offer a way for photographers to earn money with their shots. The app will soon allow users to invite followers to subscribe to a print magazine.
A video ad metrics blunder is forcing Twitter to dole out refunds to marketers. This is the one Facebook trait Twitter would be wise not to adopt. According to the company, the mishap lasted for just over a month.
In its latest report on global government requests, Facebook reveals a 27 percent rise in requests for user account data in the first half of 2016. Overall, Facebook received 59,229 requests during the first six months of the year.
Sure, it's always tracking your location, but at least you can Snapchat your friends while you're Ubering now. As part of its app redesign and overhaul, the transportation giant has introduced a Snapchat integration.
Snap is partnering with Disney-ABC on a slate of original shows for Snapchat, starting with a spinoff of The Bachelor. Having recently struck deals with NBC and Turner, the partnership will bring even more original content to the app.
Facebook will now show you messages atop your News Feed — the same place it claims to only show you things you’re interested in — to get you to share more. It calls these "Moments," but who says anyone wants to see them in…
Before Facebook made its Live Video tool available to general users, it handed it over to celebs via its Mentions app. Now, Facebook is updating Mentions with more features that enable its users to schedule, moderate, and edit broadcasts.