Facebook will discontinue Nearby Friends, Weather alerts, Location History, and Background Location at the end of the month.
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Twitter's new 'Circle' feature is currently only available for select users who can choose to share their tweets with up to 150 people.
Facebook is planning to get rid of its podcasts offering starting June 3.
It’s official: Twitter announced today that it has agreed to a sale to billionaire Elon Musk for about $44 billion.
WhatsApp is working on expanding its existing Groups with a new Communities feature for schools, local clubs, and other organizations.
After becoming Twitter’s biggest shareholder earlier this month, the CEO of Tesla has now made an offer to acquire 100% of the company.
Twitter has backtracked on its decision to change the appearance of deleted tweets that have been embedded on websites.
A new Twitter experiment allows users to escape a conversation by preventing other users to mention them.
Twitter has quietly changed the way tweets that have been embedded on a web page look once they have been deleted by the author
Twitter confirmed yesterday that the Edit feature has been in development since last year and that it will start being tested as a “Labs” feature for Twitter Blue subscribers.
Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla and the richest man in the world has just taken a 9.2% stake in Twitter, making him the company’s biggest shareholder.
WhatsApp will soon start rolling out several new features for voice messages, including the ability to pause and resume recording.
TweetDeck, a popular web-based Twitter client for power users may soon become locked behind a Twitter Blue subscription. The app researcher Jane Manchun Wong recently spotted several signs pointing out at Twitter getting ready to make TweetDeck a Twitter Blue perk.
Facebook and YouTube have banned the Russian news channels RT and Sputnik in Europe in response to Russia’s full-scale assault on Ukraine.
LinkedIn is launching its own podcast network in a bid to attract more professional creators to the platform. The professional social network will start with a very small selection of original podcasts created by LinkedIn’s news team.
Twitter is now allowing users to pin up to six DM conversations for quick access. The new pinning feature is now rolling out on the web as well as the Twitter apps for iOS and Android.
YouTube detailed the challenges posed by “borderline” videos that don’t violate YouTube’s CGUs but can still be responsible for making misinformation go viral.
AltspaceVR, the social VR platform that Microsoft now sees as a building block for its metaverse efforts is making some changes to improve user safety.
LinkedIn users in the US can now choose not to see political content such as political parties and candidates, election outcomes, and ballot initiatives in their feed.
Twitter posted a net income of $182 million on revenues of $1.57 billion, the latter of which is a 22 percent improvement.
Twitter has started rolling out new Playback Speed controls for videos and voice tweets, and the company is testing them first with a limited number of users on the web and Android.
Meta is considering shutting down Facebook and Instagram in Europe if the company isn’t allowed to process data from European users in the U.S.
Twitter co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey has resigned from the firm after a 16-year run. He was replaced by Parag Agrawal, the former CTO.
Citing a lack of evidence, a US District Court judge has thrown out two federal and state antitrust cases against Facebook.
Lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives today introduced several bipartisan bills aimed at curbing and even reversing the power of Big Tech.
The European Union and the United Kingdom have launched separate investigations into whether Facebook illegally abuses its market power.
Microsoft has joined forces with several news publishers in Europe to call on the EU to adopt Australian-style media arbitration laws.