Facebook’s recently automated Trending feed has made another blunder, this time showing users a fake news article about the September 11 attacks. The mishap comes just weeks after it published two unsuitable articles in quick succession.
Facebook has reinstated an iconic image taken during the Vietnam War after repeatedly removing it for violating its restrictions on nudity. The move could set a precedent affecting the platform's approach to its Community Standards.
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…
After charges of discrimination, Airbnb formed a team to complete a 90-day review of company practices. New policies in effect will attempt to curb bias. Affirmative diversity hiring in the company's U.S. offices will also be enforced.
Have you ever thought you needed to invest in a full camera system in order to do quality street photography? Well this video today from VSCO Academy offers some killer tips for using your phone to capture what is happening on the…
Facebook has updated its international ad-targeting tools to make it easier for small businesses to reach customers globally. The company has also created a new marketing handbook for business users, and is hosting online business webinars.
Snapchat's formidable buying power is set to receive a major boost thanks to the company securing a new line of credit led by Morgan Stanley. With a number of acquisitions under its belt, the money could be used on its rumored smart…
Twitter has poached a bunch of features from traditional messaging apps, such as WhatsApp and iMessage, for its DM component, including read receipts. The changes will be automatically applied but, worry not, you can deactivate them.
Google is rolling out Photos 2.0 on iOS, baking in a number of great features from its recently released Motion Stills app. For example, you can now use Google Photos to stabilize your shaky Apple Live Photos.
Not all weapons have a trigger, and that doesn't make them any less effective. No, we're not talking about bombs, but rather about Google's new strategy to use its highly targeted advertising system in the battle against the Islamic State.
Everyone loves emojis, and Twitter users love tweeting about sports. That's why Twitter has given every single NFL team its very own hashtag-activated emoji in the lead-up to its live-stream coverage of Thursday Night Football games.