Facebook, Twitter, and Google have now testified before Congress on multiple occasions about Russian election ads and formal charges have been filed. So what do social media users need to know about those ads? We break it down.
In this week's social feed, separate lawsuits mean embeds could violate copyright, private posts can be used in court, and Facebook might be violating German privacy laws. Also: Vimeo is adding new tools and Facebook is expanding Community…
Snapchat's major update, which is still being rolled out, created "a whole new Snapchat," according to its CEO. But it seems to have upset a lot of people, with more than a million users having already signed a protest petition.
Twitter is working with local news outlets to place breaking news footage in a prominent live video sidebar. The change is designed to push reputable news source while linking to the related conversation on Twitter.
Reaction videos are a growing format, so a new app, Reaction.cam, is making it easier to create and share them with other fans. Designed for music reaction videos, the platform allows artists to ask to see fans reactions.
Tinder, the crown jewel in Match Group Inc's dating empire, is following the lead of one of its biggest competitors. It plans to release an upcoming feature that will allow only women to initiate conversation with others on the app.
One may be the loneliest number, especially on Valentine's Day, but ones and zeroes can keep you company. For Riley and his new Alexa digital assistant, love is in the air -- provided his Google Home doesn't get in the way.
Messenger Kids allows kids under 13 to communicate through text, video chat, and more. Currently available on iOS, Amazon Fire tablets, and Android, parents are in control of approving specific contacts for their child.
Want to stop getting those wedding or party ideas off your Pinterest feed once the event is over? A Pinterest update focused on organization makes it happen. Pinners are also getting a few other highly requested organization options.