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The technology that powers bots is improving dramatically. You'll be hearing a lot more about bots soon. Re/code reports.
Buzzfeed was able to capture the attention of more than 800,000 social media savvy individuals thanks to some rubber bands and a piece of fruit.
Facebook says it will pay greater attention to advertisers with “overwhelmingly unsatisfactory” products, Buzzfeed reports.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on Twitter's new board members: Hugh Johnston, PepsiCo CFO, and Martha Lane Fox, Lastminute.com co-founder; as well as CEO Jack Dorsey's comments on diversity on the board.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg attempted to demonstrate his company's live-streaming capabilities, and may have broken the feature instead.
Millennials can be productive employees, says staffing expert Lauren Griffin. Here's how to get the most out of them.
SurveyMonkey Intelligence, a mobile app insights platform, will provide information about more than 1,000 apps — who's using them, how and how much.
Mark Zuckerberg reworked his app to make it easier to watch and make live video. Re/code reports.
In Twitter's deal to stream Thursday Night Football, the NFL is the big winner, an investor says.
Facebook has launched “automatic alternative text” tool, which uses artificial technology to describe images to those who are visually impaired.
The NFL said it had chosen Twitter as its exclusive global partner for streaming its Thursday night games during the 2016 regular season.
Instagram users can now post videos of up to a minute in length as the Facebook-owned social service looks to lure in advertisers.
Facebook apologized to users on the other side of the world from Sunday's suicide bombing in Pakistan who received notices asking if they were safe.
It took only a few hours for Twitter users to turn Microsoft's AI bot into a genocidal racist, the New York Times reports.
JetSmarter is now letting members when certain celebrities will be on a flight, allowing them to share the ride.
Justin Bieber canceled all VIP meet-and-greet sessions for the remainder of his Purpose Tour, a perk that can cost up to $2,000 a person.
After another devastating terror attack, millions of people are opening up Facebook to check on friends, and Twitter to share grief and support.
Facebook activated its Safety Check feature Tuesday morning, following explosions around Brussels.
Twitter turned 10 on Monday and while it might be celebrating at the moment, there are some sobering facts to contend with.
Facebook may be hitting the right notes in its efforts to tap China, but the battle will still be tough, David Chao of DCM Ventures says
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