Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey does not want to sell, placing him in opposition to the company's board of directors, which is on course to evaluate formal takeover bids in a matter of weeks. Will his stance make a difference?
Pinterest is fueling speculation over a possible IPO after appointing its first chief financial officer. Todd Morgenfeld -- whose previous position was VP of finance at Twitter -- has nabbed the role, the company announced on Tuesday.
Facebook is stopping the rollout of its Marketplace in order to stamp out the illegal listings that made it on to the digital commerce service. Among the prohibited items spotted for sale on the forum were adult services, animals, and guns.
Facebook Messenger has finally made end-to-end encryption available to all users. Law enforcement, criminals, and even Facebook will not be able to intercept these messages. Find out how to activate "secret conversations" for your Messenger…
Yahoo is getting social, and its vehicle? A new news-centric app called Yahoo Newsroom. The new app hopes to make it "easier to discover content relevant to you, and to participate in conversations around issues you are passionate…
Line, the popular mobile messaging platform, has released Line Looks, an app for virtually trying out different makeup styles. Cleverly, it includes makeup looks presented by brands including Clinique. There's even a mode for men.
Sketched out by Craigslist? Overwhelmed by eBay? Try Facebook instead. On Tuesday, the social media site expanded its functionality once again, and has now dipped its toe into the waters of digital commerce.
Remember Meerkat? The live-streaming smartphone app caused quite a stir when it launched early last year. Trouble is, Twitter-backed Periscope and Facebook Live ended up stealing the show, destroying Meerkat's hopes of longevity.