Snap is finally releasing its brand new Andorid app, promising a faster experience, but some of the core issues might still be present.
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Snapchat is announcing new types of lenses, updated Lens Studio, a new AR bar, and new Snap Kit tools as it looks to grow.
Facebook is launching a new "Why am I seeing this post?" feature that explains the exact reason behind a post showing up on your News Feed.
Instagram will finally let you skip to any part of a video you want.
Facebook stored user passwords in plain text, allowing employees to read user passwords.
Facebook's head of product and head of WhatsApp are leaving the company just a week after the company announced its privacy-focused shift.
Twitter starts testing a new experience for sharing photos and videos on its mobile apps.
U.S. presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren wants to break up Amazon, Facebook, and Google and “unwind” all their recent acquisitions.
Facebook is going to reduce the rank of pages and groups that spread misinformation about vaccines.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg promises major privacy reform for its services as it looks to focus on end-to-end encryption.
Facebook has a beautiful new dark mode for Messenger on Android and iOS.
Facebook lets anyone look up your account using the phone number you use for 2FA to protect your account.
Twitter is testing a new Hide Tweet feature, but it could cause a lot of problems.
Twitter is about to get a lot more conversational, and the company is testing the new experience with a new prototype app.
Facebook now lets you stop its Android app from tracking your location when the app is not in use.
Instagram is testing a new fundraising feature inspired by Facebook's Donate buttons.
In a blow to giant US tech firms, the European Union has reached a provisional agreement to dramatically alter its copyright rules.
Twitter starts testing new profile previews for iOS, akin to the ones on Twitter Web.
Instagram now shows previews of IGTV videos on your feed.
Newton Mail was shutdown months ago. It's making a comeback today, weeks after getting acquired by Essential.
Instagram plans to soon let you unify all your accounts into a single, primary account for easier login,
Apple bans Google from distributing internal iOS apps after the company violates its ToCs.
Facebook's Research app that paid teens in exchange for their data gets its internal apps banned by Apple.
Apple took aggressive steps to counter Facebook privacy abuses on iOS. We should collectively cheer these actions. Right?
Facebook is planning to integrate Instagram, WhatsApp, and Messenger's messaging system into a combined system.
Snapchat reportedly discussing plans of implementing public snaps as it looks to open up the platform.
Twitter's new Original Tweeter tag helps you avoid all the fake Elon Musks.