The U.S. patent office recently published two patents by Snap, Inc. that suggest tech for creating 3D models from a smartphone and tracking emotions in a video chat. The video option would be used for customer service chats.
Twitter wants to make sure you didn't miss that big news story, and is placing the news -- and a curated list of related tweets -- at the top of your feed. The Twitter test currently uses topics selected by staff but could switch to…
NASCAR and Twitter have inked a deal for more POV in-car live-steams for a bunch of races during the second half of the 2018 season. Coverage will also include race highlights so fans can keep up with all the action.
After a conspiracy theory video that was later removed made it to YouTube's trending section, the platform decided to make changes to help cue viewers in to potentially false content by adding links to related Wikipedia content.
U.S. fans of the domestic soccer scene can enjoy at least 24 MLS games live on Twitter this season, with lots of exclusive extras thrown in, too. The coverage started on Saturday and is part of a three-year deal.
During a Periscope live-stream on Thursday, Jack Dorsey and David Gasca talked about overhauling Twitter's confusing verification system. The move could help lower the number of cryptocurrency scams proliferating the social platform.
In this week's Social Feed, Snapchat's latest test could add a long-ignored feature, the Russian bots also want your data, Facebook is patenting a self-balancing robot and Twitter pushes back on cryptocurrency scammers.
It's been only two weeks since Kylie Jenner, the youngest of the reality television bunch, sent the tweet heard around the Snapchat world, and now, parent company Snap is laying off around 120 employees.
In honor of International Women's Day, we've rounded up some of the most influential women in tech, from senior executives at major companies, to women pushing for more inclusion and diversity in a field traditionally dominated by men.
YouTube Studio will help creators see just how well each video is performing with new metrics and an upgraded dashboard. The new features come as YouTube pushes the new app out of beta testing for an official launch.
March 8 is International Women's Day, and Facebook is launching a new tool for female entrepreneurs while also celebrating women in history. The tool is designed to help women find an online support community.
BlackBerry has sued Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram, alleging that the companies infringe on BlackBerry-owned patents related to messaging. The suit reportedly comes after "several years of dialogue" between the companies.
Digging into Instagram's APK code suggests the social network is considering expanding the camera modes with a portrait option to go alongside existing options like Boomerang and Superzoom. Instagram hasn't confirmed the feature.