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Twitter is building a new feature that will allow users to tweet things longer than the traditional 140-character limit. Re/code reports.
A report surfaced this week that Facebook apparently tested its users' loyalty by purposely crashing its Android applications.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg said he had decided to build a smart machine to help with his day-to-day activities, reports the Financial Times.
While Twitter is just one of several investors, this marks the social media company's first investment in hardware, reports Re/code.
A federal judge has certified two lawsuits accusing Facebook of hiding growth concerns before its float in May 2012.
Did Facebook jump the shark once parents and other "old" people got on it? Drexel University student Josh Weiss weighs in.
You can click that dislike button because Mark Zuckerberg is not giving away $45 billion via Facebook.
Foursquare's value is set to halve. Here's why new funding might actually mean bad news for the startup, Re/code reports.
Kim Kardashian may want to break the Internet, but her new app hasn't destroyed Apple's App Store just yet.
Periscope wants to continue expanding its reach with creative broadcasts, whether they are filmed on smartphones or drones.
Google is partnering with small businesses and expanding its Google Home Service Ads beta test throughout the Bay Area.
Twitter was granted a patent last week for a drone that takes photos and videos and sends data to user accounts.
Not satisfied by the hyperspeed assault of "Star Wars" commercials, toys and T-shirts? Then get ready to waste time on the Internet. NBC reports.
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.
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