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Twitter is making pieces of content invisible to Turkey’s citizens while it works to reverse a court order requiring the takedown of a controversial account.
Sometimes the situation merits actual physical photos with real words printed on them. But you can still do it all right from your phone!
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg sees virtual reality as the next major computing platform.
Reports indicate that Instagram is testing a switch to parent company Facebook’s check-in service for photo tags.
According to a new survey, 92 percent of Twitter users have taken action after seeing a tweet about a TV show.
Does anybody actually read what you tweet? Twitter is testing a new addition that will either give you validation or make you wonder if you're wasting your life.
There's now one less way to connect to Twitter from within Turkey, but the social network isn't yet blocked entirely.
Want to avoid bumping into people you’re “friends” with on Instagram and Foursquare? There’s an app for that.
Graffiti artists are spray-painting DNS addresses on Turkish walls, as citizens do everything they can to duck the Turkish government's attempted censorship of Twitter.
Every person’s first tweet was boring. That reminder might encourage new users to explore Twitter’s potential.
Facebook cites third-party services for users seeking end-to-end encryption
The messaging app released an app update and a statement on Monday to appease concerned users.
The TED collaboration is Facebook’s first outside partnership for Paper and could lead to more.
Selfies are taking over the world. There is nowhere to run, nowhere to hide.
Facebook is hoping high-quality videos will help you forget all about the auto-playing part.