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Facebook is looking at ways it can keep feeding news updates to its users when there is a slower mobile connection.
"We will fight to protect your rights and create a peaceful and safe environment for you," Mark Zuckerberg tells Muslims on Facebook.
Are you using punctuation when you text? You may be sending the wrong message, according to a study conducted by Binghamton University.
Twitter confirmed on Tuesday it is testing a timeline format for its tweets, calling it an experiment.
Popular messaging app Snapchat acknowledged early Tuesday that its service was experiencing an extended outage.
Donald Trump took to Twitter on Monday, as he does, to blast Jeff Bezos, The Washington Post and Amazon.
Facebook is opening its live video streaming service to everyone, the company said, as it looks to take on Twitter-owned Periscope and Meerkat.
Facebook has revealed Club Med as its latest partner on Facebook at Work, a service due to become widely available in 2016.
Playbuzz’s co-founder, Shaul Olmert discusses the future of content-sharing and why there will always be a place for more “playful” content in media.
Competing with fractured attention spans and now ad-block blocking software, advertisers are being forced to find new ways to reach consumers.
Facebook founder planning on taking two months of paternity leave when his daughter is born.
Andrew Selepak, Director of Social Media Masters Program, University of Florida, and Chris Swecker, former assistant director at the FBI, discuss whether social media is a hindrance in the fight against terrorism.
Is social media a valuable tool for victims or a recruiting forum for terrorists in times of emergency?
A new feature will allow people who have split up to turn on an option that spares them the pain of seeing their ex's posts and pictures.
Facebook activated "Safety Check" after deadly blasts in Nigeria following criticism from users that it was being selective about deploying it.
Misleading posts began circulating on social media in the aftermath of the Paris attacks and should not be believed.
By simply looking at an increase in Twitter followers during a Republican debate, we were able to predict which candidates would jump most in the polls.
Twitter replaced one of its core features on Tuesday, swapping out its "favorites" button in favor of a "like" button.
Facebook is testing a program that will allow it to answer questions about a photo in order to help blind people "see" images.
Instagram launched a feature for content curated by users, with the "Squawk Alley" crew.
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