Mark Zuckerberg has taken to his Facebook page to share a set of new videos that show his AI butler "Jarvis" — voiced by Morgan Freeman — in action. The hilarious clips parody consumer tech ads, and showcase Zuck's awful acting chops.
Facebook's content removal policies, including its confounding guidelines on hate speech, have been detailed in alleged internal documents leaked in a new report by German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung.
Nothing worthwhile ever came easily. The tech industry is certainly discovering this to be true when it comes to diversity. Pinterest serves as a prime example, and the company recently announced its 2016 progress on diversifying its team.
Facebook is expanding the ways users can broadcast live on its service with the introduction of Facebook: Live Audio. At launch, the service will be made available to select publishers, before being rolled out to all users next year.
Instagram today released an update to its Stories feature that lets users add stickers to photos and videos. After snapping a picture or shooting a video in Stories, users will notice a new stickers button beside the standard text and…
A lawsuit filed by the families of victims of the Orlando nightclub shooting claims Twitter, Facebook, and Google provided “material support” to the Islamic State, which led to the radicalization of shooter Omar Mateen.
Twitter appears to be stepping up tests of a breaking-news feature that pushes alerts about major unfolding events to users' handsets. The company confirmed it's exploring ways of notifying users of real-time content on the platform.
Twitter is partnering with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and Dick Clark Productions to live-stream the Golden Globes red carpet preshow. Twitter users will also be able to submit their questions for nominees.
It's easy to screenshot your favorite Instagram photos, but saving a video is a bit more complicated. Thankfully, there are a host of easy ways to do so, whether you prefer to use a web-based tool or a third-party app.
Facebook wants you to get old-school and use more text. To help encourage you, it is launching a new customization feature that lets you change the background color that appears behind your status on the social network.
You make plans with your friends and family members via Skype, so why not loop in the most important person of all? Your travel agent. On Monday, Expedia launched a new chatbot, this one on the video chatting platform.