Can't get enough of a new song or music video? You can now set your favorite YouTube videos to repeat, without the need for third-party software, thanks to a new loop feature, available on the Web version of the service.
YouTube has once again launched its AdBlitz channel and website, allowing brands the ability to preview their popular Super Bowl spots in the run-up to this year's main event. The Google-owned service has also unveiled a real-time…
Researcher Robin Dunbar has found that even if you have hundreds of friends online, you only have four real friends you can count on in rough times, possibly indicating the importance of in-person interaction in relationships.
A new social media campaign featuring marshmallow Peeps intends to attract a new generation of fans. The campaign includes videos encouraging fans to vote for Peeps or the groundhog as the true sign of spring.
Facebook has announced Tor network support for Android devices, allowing mobile users to have the same level of anonymity as desktop users. It comes two years after Facebook first launched a Tor onion address for Web users.
The Adobe Stock team released its visual trends for 2016 which include color, perspective, and cool aesthetics. These trends are expected to lead to the most impactful imagery for brands and businesses.
Fantasy sports sites are being targeted once again by legislatures in both Texas and Washington state, and now, the industry's future may be at stake as lawmakers prepare to debate new rules and regulations surrounding the practice.
Former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo has tweeted that he is launching a fitness startup with Fitify co-founder Bryan Oki. Costolo claims the new "social" fitness platform will be delivered to a "massive audience."
YouTube's biggest stars will descend on the Sundance Film Festival in Utah to present panels centered on the service's new slate of original shows. The likes of Lilly Singh and Matt Kaplan will discuss the new projects due to air on YouTube…
Twitter is helping celebrities on its platform create even more exclusive content by giving them access to a range of exclusive new apps, including a selfie camera. Twitter says the tweets generated will be featured on Moments.
According to recent research, more Fortune 500 CEOs are using social media, especially among those who are younger and new to the Fortune 500 list. Overall, however, social media is still heavily underused among CEOs.