On February 10, Twitter revealed its earnings for Q4 and fiscal year 2015. User growth remains stagnant, but ad revenue was up. CEO Jack Dorsey says Twitter will work on improving its core services, centered around live moments.
Facebook has unveiled a new system to report fake names on the social network, which includes a support mechanism aimed at victimized users from the LGBTQ community, ethnic minorities, and victims of stalking or abuse.
Flipagram's new Music Video Camera lets you create short clips to popular music, in real-time. The feature allows users to easily record themselves lip-syncing to favorite tunes – a popular trend on social media, Flipagram says.
Flickr is reintroducing its Pro subscription plan. For $50 a year, users get access to new and improved analytics, ad-free browsing, and discounts for Adobe's Creative Cloud Photography plan and Flickr merchandise.
Flipagram announced it has signed licensing deals with major record companies and music publishers. Users can now easily add popular music into their photo-video slideshows. For the music industry, it taps into Flipagram's growing user…
Us Weekly uncovered Kim Kardashian's MySpace page from 2006, when she had barely 850 friends! We learn she went by "princess," wanted children someday, and used a pink page template that looked just as awful as everyone else's.
What's next for Google+? And is anyone still using it? The social network seems to have a brand-new feature called Collections, which is reminiscent of Pinterest. Collections began rolling out recently.