After over a year of planning, the new Reddit is now available for a small percentage of users before a widespread rollout. The update includes an endless scroll, posts editor, and three different view options.
Should fake news be government regulated? Malaysia may be among the first to do so if a bill passes the Senate. Supporters say the change would help prevent the spread of fake news, while critics worry about the implications on free speech.
Now you can share that immersive scene with just your closest friend. Messenger now supports 360 photos, including both smartphone shots and files from a 360 camera. The update comes with a bump up in video resolution to 720p.
Not only has Grindr been sharing its users' HIV status, but also its members' "last tested date," GPS data, phone ID, and email. The app recently admitted to sharing this information, but insists the data is encrypted.
If you thought stories were relegated exclusively to photo-sharing apps like Snapchat and Instagram, you'll have to think again. This week, music database company Genius launched its own version of the bite-sized content format.
Instagram's failure to update its Apple Watch app means that after the latest update, it will no longer run on the smartwatch. There's no word yet on whether the company might roll out another version in the future.
Facebook found a bug that saved discarded draft videos shot on the platform with a webcam, but says those videos will be deleted from the platform's data. The webcam feature has already been replaced by Facebook Live.