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.
Japanese messaging behemoth Line just poured $45 million into a South Korean Snapchat clone in an effort to increase its social footprint. Snow has snapped up 60 million users in Asia in just over a year.
Houseparty is the latest app from the creators of Meerkat. A video chat network aimed at teens and millennials, Houseparty is on its way to becoming a breakout hit, having quickly amassed an audience of 1 million users.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has shared the first detailed look inside the firm's Lulea data center, located just 70 miles south of the Arctic Circle. The massive facility is the size of six football fields.
In case you hadn't heard, there's a pretty big election happening in November, and in the age of the selfie a good many folks will want to snap a shot in the ballot booth. Some states ban the practice, but in New Hampshire you're now in the…
Twitter is capitalizing on the potential of its Moments feature by rolling it out to all users, having previously made it available to selected influencers and brands. Unlike Snapchat and Instagram, these stories are permanent.
Snapchat, to anyone not already on the social network, looks confusing, weird, and almost impenetrable. It turns out that beneath the surface is a creative, entertaining community that may just be worth the effort to join.
The Narrative Clip, one of the pioneers of the idea of lifelogging (capturing and recording your life automatically), has notified customers that the company has filed for a voluntary dissolution -- they are closing up shop.