Don't-Miss Web & social Stories
Users don't have to be Facebook friends to message each other with the new app.
Twitter will give advertisers more controls to serve different ads to users based on which OS version their mobile device uses.
Instagram likes are hard to come by, but now you can win hearts with the help of image analytics.
The institution of email, the utter pointlessness of curved phones, who should compete with YouTube, and Twitter's new custom timelines. Dan Moren welcomes guests Philip Michaels, Jason Cross, and Serenity Caldwell.
The travel-and-accommodations site is embroiled in a dispute with New York state regulators over a subpoena for information on thousands of “hosts” in the city.
A new Airbnb app provides a range of tools that previously were either hard to access on mobile or not available at all.
You win some, you lose some: Vine's app for Windows Phone 8 includes exclusive features while leaving others behind.
Now you can customize the global town square, making tweets indispensable to news outlets.
Hover-over previews now let you blare your tunes from directly within Bing's search results.
The National Music Publishers Association said it sent take-down notices to what it claims are 50 websites that post lyrics to songs and generate ad revenue but may not be licensed.
Sunday deliveries are coming to New York and L.A. ahead of a larger roll out in 2014, and weekend shipments are still free for Amazon Prime members.
A professional social network for military service members and veterans is making a play for employers to make job-hunting easier.
Spear phishing is one of the most effective ways to break into a corporate network, and recent studies show that employees can be easily tricked on social media.
New polling from the Digital Advertising Alliance highlights the importance of guidelines to limit Web companies' online tracking.