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Google, Apple and Facebook have responded this week on the series of fatal shootings taking place all across the country.
Facebook has unveiled a platform to bring the internet to the remotest parts of the world – and it can fit inside a shoebox.
Snapchat is launching a camera roll-like option to save and search through past snaps, the company announced Wednesday.
Twitter is turning to internet entrepreneur and former Facebook technology chief Bret Taylor to juice up its board of directors.
China's internet regulator will crack down on the reporting of news gathered from social media, as part of a campaign against fake news.
Donald Trump tweeted an image that accused Hillary Clinton of corruption with text embedded in the Star of David.
Here's what Trump and Clinton need to do to win over millennials and get them to the polls in November, says Keenan Beasley.
With an inside look at Silicon Valley’s “cult”-like culture, one author poked some holes in how technology gurus get ahead.
Reports of fewer posts on Instagram is natural, especially as it becomes more mainstream. It still remains a major ad vehicle.
Facebook has over 11,000 bots and 21,000 developers building them on its Messenger platform, the social networking giant's head of Messenger told CNBC.
Richard Branson launched a campaign to promote his new app with a treasure hunt across the U.K., ending with a free trip to Necker Island.
Where should you be putting your money next? Into artificial intelligence, according to Jim Breyer, an area which will create more wealth than that made for internet and social network investors.
Should we be thinking of Facebook as a news site? No, not primarily. The New York Times reports.
Companies are getting a hard lesson in how to tactfully do business in the post-Brexit U.K after British Airways sparked a Twitter backlash.
Bad news, publishers: Your Facebook reach is probably going to shrink. Recode reports.
The Chinese online marketplace Taobao now sells breakup insurance for Taylor Swift fans.
Jim Cramer breaks down the recent Twilio IPO to determine if it is worth investing.
Some of the web's biggest destinations for watching videos have quietly started using automation to remove extremist content from their sites.
Brexit may threaten the export of British film and TV series to Europe, which is the largest market for the U.K.
Facebook and Netflix rely on non-U.S. markets for growth, while Google could face new regulatory hurdles, experts warn.
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