Facebook's experiments lab releases a new Apple Watch app that lets users communicate with their closest friend from their Watch via Messenger.
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Instagram continues to push IGTV forward, introduces new redesign that adds a Discover tab to help users discover more content and creators on the app.
Facebook's latest Digital Health feature is a Screen Time-ripoff that allows users to block distractions for a certain period of time everyday and mute all those annoying Facebook notifications.
Facebook launches a new standalone Messenger app for Windows and Mac after the company saw more than a 100% increase in calling on desktop browsers over the last month.
As part of Facebook's commitment to prevent coronavirus misinformation, Instagram is taking new steps to protect users on its platform. It's also introducing new features to promote social distancing.
Facebook's new F5 redesign -- built almost entirely on the React framework -- is rolling out to everyone now, but you can start using it today.
Instagram is testing yet another feature copied straight from Snapchat. This time, it's a new ephemeral messaging mode for Instagram Direct that's a popular Snapchat feature.
Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Reddit, Twitter, and YouTube release joint statement on coronavirus misinformation, stating they are working together to prevent misinformation about the virus on their online platforms.
Facebook continues to unify its Stories experience, will soon allow users to automatically cross-post their stories from Facebook to Instagram.
Twitter is finally getting a Stories-like format, and it seems really promising. The new feature, called Fleets, is only being tested in Brazil and allows users to publish disappearing tweets.
WhatsApp is finally getting a new dark mode on Android and iOS. It's designed to reduce eye fatigue and has a different look on Android and iOS.
Facebook's rewritten Messenger app reduces the codebase by 84%, allowing the app to be smaller, faster, and simpler to use as Facebook looks to unify its messaging services.
Facebook is suing data analytics firm OneAudience after the company paid third-party apps to use a malicious SDK that allowed the company to steal user data without their permission.
LinkedIn wants to catch the next generation of users with a new Stories format, internally testing LinkedIn Stories as it explores Stories in a professional context.
Facebook is cancelling its annual developer conference, F8, due to concerns over coronavirus. It will instead host local events and live-streamed content.
Mehedi has updated his Twitter client, Tweeten, to version 5, adding native support for Windows 10 on ARM and several new features.
Facebook-owned WhatsApp now has 2 billion users around the world, joining Facebook itself in the 2-billion user club.
Instagram reportedly generated $20 billion in ad revenue for Facebook in 2019, beating YouTube's $15 billion in ad revenue.
Twitter is finally taking serious actions against fake media on the platform, and will start removing/labelling tweets with fake media that may cause potential harm.
In celebration of Data Privacy Day, Facebook is bringing its Off-Facebook Activity tool to everyone around the world and prompting users to review their privacy settings.
WhatsApp is finally getting a dark mode, but it is only available to users of the beta version of the app on Android for now.
Emboldened by the “techlash,” some smaller tech firms went public with the abuses they’ve suffered at the hands of Big Tech.
Facebook is working on its own OS, and original Windows NT team member Mark Lucovsky is leading the charge.
Facebook continues to invest on its gaming business, acquires Spanish cloud video gaming company PlayGiga for 70 million euros.
Twitter is finally fixing the interface for its iPad app, introducing a new multi-column layout that makes use of the screen real estate on devices like the iPad Pro.
Instagram continues adding new Stories mode, it's now introducing a new mode for sharing multiple photos on Stories.
Instagram continues to improve its online safety tools, now uses AI to review potentially offensive post captions.