Spotify might soon let you block music from an artist throughout the streaming service.
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Twitter's Android app is getting the ability to switch to a reverse chronological timeline.
YouTube makes it easier to discover new videos with new swiping gestures.
No, Samsung is not preinstalling an uninstallable Facebook app on some of its phones. And no, this is nothing to get excited over.
Instagram rolls out a massive change to its feed, gets a lot of backlash, pulls the update.
Facebook is reportedly exploring the idea of building a stablecoin for money transfers on WhatsApp.
Snapchat now has music challenges inspired by TikTok challenges.
Microsoft, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, and Spotify get themselves into Facebook's next big privacy controversy.
You can finally say goodbye to the algorithmic timeline on Twitter.
Facebook brings over Instagram's famous camera features over to Messenger.
Another one? Yes. Facebook reveals new security bug affected 6.8 million users.
Instagram gets support for voice messages on Direct.
Google finds another security flaw on the official Google+ APIs, will shutdown the service earlier than expected.
Instagram's new feature lets you post stories that only your close friends get to see.
Instagram can now automatically detect what's in a picture for visually impaired users.
Instagram is testing a new profile design for its platform.
LinkedIn is back at it again, clones Snapchat's Stories feature, tests post reactions, GIF comments, and more.
Snap's ridiculous-looking smart glasses are getting a third generation that's more expensive and premium.
Instagram will finally start removing fake likes and followers from its platforms.
Yes, Facebook's clone machine never stops. It's back at it again with a clone of TikTok.
Your Instagram Stories feed is about to get messy soon.
Let's just say this is a terrible idea.
You can now use your favorite Snapchat lens on your Skype calls.
Twitter announced solid revenues for the quarter, but its monthly average user (MAU) count is falling.
Twitter reportedly testing big changes, including new "status" feature, as it looks to get more positive conversations going.
Facebook introduces a significant new redesign for Messenger.
Spotify introduces numerous improvements to its premium service to offer a more personalized experience.