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Contrary to Internet rumors, Facebook says that its Messenger app isn't really spying on you.
Filmmaker and artist Miranda July is changing up the way we send messages.
Companies are finding creative workarounds to help you shop on Instagram.
It turns out that readers don’t like terrible headlines that give no information, so Facebook is changing its News Feed algorithms once again.
Vine just made it easier to create six-second masterpieces. We go hands on with the video-sharing app's biggest update yet.
Nearly 150,000 tweets appeared a full two days before cable news networks covered it
You can use the built-in Camera app on your phone to shoot (even in slow-mo) and then import that footage into Vine. Finally.
What social networks are good for (absolutely something?), mobile-device disasters, our biggest tech pet peeves, and what we'd like to change about Twitter. With guests Philip Michaels and Dan Miller.
The move comes with some conditions, however.
People are not happy about Twitter’s latest experiment.
Harassment is all too common on Twitter. We have a few ideas the network can use to become a safer space.
And England's top-flight soccer league is vowing to keep all those six-second highlight reels off social media during its coming season.
The network hasn’t said what those policy changes will be, but it’s about time.
A new program, now in beta, allows for paid video content in people's feeds.
When malware masquerades as a feature enhancement, some users inevitably get duped.