Twitter was transformed into a treasure trove of live chatter during last night’s presidential debate. From fact-checking tweets to hilarious memes, these are the debate moments that dominated the conversation on Twitter.
Land O'Lakes started a new charity campaign to help feed the hungry. Delete a photo of a meal posted to Instagram and 11 meals will be donated to one of the more than 200 food banks partnered with Feeding America.
Tumblr’s new iMessage app is a GIF lover's dream. If you enjoy creating and sharing GIFs, you can now do so using just your iPhone. The easy-to-use extension also offers a range of fun, Snapchat-style, customization options.
The Twitter takeover chatter rages on, with the Walt Disney Co.emerging as a potential savior for the struggling social media platform. As it turns out, the Twitter-Disney connection runs deep, and could make sense under CEO Bob Iger.
Meet the "Crooked Hillary" filter from Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. Only one advertiser per day is able to purchase Snapchat's national geofilter advertisement, and Trump purchased it on Monday in advance of his debate with…
It's getting harder to tell your various social media networks apart. And now that Facebook is engaging in new efforts to make your profile picture look more like a Snap photo or a Vine video, it's only becoming more confusing.
CBS News’ streaming service CBSN is joining forces with Instagram to feature the app’s Stories within its presidential debate broadcasts. The move marks the first time the feature will be used by a network as part of its live coverage.
Facebook is launching its first nationwide voter registration drive in an attempt to urge users in the U.S. to get out and vote. Get ready to see a colorful "registration" reminder on your News Feed over the coming days.
Snapchat has finally revealed its first hardware product, and it's not what everyone was expecting (well not quite). “Spectacles,” as the company has branded them, are a pair of video-recording sunglasses that sync with your smartphone.
Facebook released a new statement apologizing to it s ad clients for overestimating the average viewing times for videos on its site for two years. Reports claim the numbers could have been inflated by a whopping 60-80 percent.
Twitter, the embattled social network, is searching for a buyer. Rumor has it that potential buyers include Google and Salesforce, among others, and that a deal could be announced before the end of this year.