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Twitter’s new mute function offers a way to ignore your annoying friends while still pretending you like them.
The apps were removed Friday from Apple's app store
Snapchat has agreed to put together a comprehensive privacy program subject to independent monitoring for the next 20 years after a scolding from the regulatory agency.
Marketers on Twitter can now target users based on their language.
The open-source social platform was all about apps, but never spawned a single standout service.
The app looks at public Twitter data to identify phony accounts.
Now you can customize your Tumblr straight from your smartphone with all the bright colors and obscene fonts your heart desires.
The e-retailer’s #AmazonCart initiative lets you buy stuff just by tweeting a hashtag.
Vine.co focuses on discovery, with no sign-in required.
Converse with your friends from around the world by sending them stickers, videos, or a quick selfie.
Foursquare putting its most well-known feature in a separate app. Is it a bold move or a risky one?
At its developers conference, Facebook took steps to address privacy concerns by launching a new anonymous login service for mobile apps and it launched a mobile ad network.
The popular dating site is rolling out a Snapchat-esque app designed to keep couples close.
Users think they will get access to their friends' accounts, but their account is hacked instead
Facebook's new tools raise questions for some developers at F8
Facebook used its annual developers conference to make your mobile experience better—and not just on Facebook.