Twitter announced solid revenues for the quarter, but its monthly average user (MAU) count is falling.
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Facebook introduces a significant new redesign for Messenger.
Spotify introduces numerous improvements to its premium service to offer a more personalized experience.
Facebook launches its own smart displays, comes with a camera cover out of the box.
More and more Facebook integrations are coming to Instagram as original founders leave the company.
Hackers gained access to 50 million Facebook accounts due to a security flaw.
Google's Android Messages is getting a brand new search experience.
Snap and Amazon makes it easier to shop things you see in the real world.
You will soon be able to get a timeline of the most recent tweets.
Twitter starts testing a brand new experience for Twitter.com.
Snap's new Spectacles look exactly like normal sunglasses. No funky colours.
Twitter could soon get a Reddit-like UI for replies.
Microsoft continues to rapidly tweak modern Skype as it looks to eventually kill classic Skype.
Twitter's now recommending users who they should unfollow.
YouTube gets its own digital wellbeing-focused feature to help users improve their digital health.
Facebook now rates users on trustworthiness so it can reduce fake news on the platform.
WhatsApp teams up with Google to stop chat backups from eating into users' Google Drive storage.
Twitter's Windows 10 app gets support for Windows Timeline, video uploads, threads, more.
Facebook copies Snapchat again, launches AR video games on Messenger.
Facebook brings support for group video and voice calling to WhatsApp's 450 million daily active users.
Facebook acquires team communication platform Redkix to help grow its Workplace product.
Google is bringing YouTube VR to Samsung's Gear VR headsets via the Oculus Store.
Facebook brings Watch Party to all Facebook Groups, introduces new features as the firm looks to invest big on live video.
Microsoft, Google, Twitter, and Facebook are joining forces to make it really easy to transfer data between platforms.
Facebook says a recent bug automatically unblocked random users from the block lists of 800,000 users in June.
Instagram revamps its Explore tab with new Topic Channels, adds video calling to Direct.