Filmmaker and artist Miranda July is changing up the way we send messages.
Companies are finding creative workarounds to help you shop on Instagram.
Uber’s driver recruitment campaign makes the company look desperate and shady.
Hands-on with Hyperlapse, Instagram’s super simple new app
The platform wants to become the Facebook for online shopping.
It turns out that readers don’t like terrible headlines that give no information, so Facebook is changing its News Feed algorithms once again.
Uber envisions all apps with maps to jump on board with its new API, but some just don’t make sense.
Both apps want to tell you what to order, but Foodmento takes a more visual approach.
People are not happy about Twitter’s latest experiment.
Turns out plane-sharing and ride-sharing are not at all the same.
The network hasn’t said what those policy changes will be, but it’s about time.
Foursquare wants to run in the background of your life, but it doesn’t really need to know where you are every second of the day.
The free messaging app is appealing to Americans with an Ariana Grande promotion and all the stickers.
The app’s use of push notifications may send tech companies scurrying to compete for your lockscreen.
OpenTable wants to be a one-stop shop for your dining needs, stopping just short of cooking the food and pouring the wine.
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