Microsoft is expected to integrate its Teams software with Microsoft Office and Skype as a direct competitor to Slack, The Verge reports.
One of the main drivers of Facebook's expansion will taper off next year, an executive said.
Groupmuse, a start-up that connects musicians with fans, wants to make live classical music available to a broader audience.
The Facebook-owned app is letting users find a product's prices and more without leaving.
What happens to all of the tweets the Obamas have sent over the years?
Analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters expect Facebook to report earnings per share of 97 cents on revenue of $6.921 billion.
Tien Tzuo, Zuora CEO, discusses his business model innovation, subscriptions and says "This is clearly the business model of the future."
Giphy tells the Wall Street Journal it hasn't figured out a way to bring in revenue yet.
Social media analytics company Spredfast said that while both scandals proliferated on Twitter, there were marked differences in the trends.
With dwindling user numbers and advertisers wary about the medium, the 6-second video platform is probably better off shuttered.
Social media erupted Friday after an FBI probe of Anthony Weiner and Huma Abedin brought to light new emails tied to Hillary Clinton.
Just three months ago Carnegie Mellon University's Vivek Wadhwa told CNBC that "Twitter is toast." Twitter's world looks very different now.
A ProPublica investigation revealed that Facebook not only allows advertisers to sort users by their interests or background but also by their race.
A principal analyst at Forrester Research explains what to expect from new privacy regulations.
Facebook is testing another new product that looks and feels very similar to — you guessed it — Snapchat, Recode reports.
Regulators finalized rules that force internet providers to obtain consent from subscribers before selling data about online behavior to marketers.
Twitter's decision to close its video sharing service Vine has been met a tongue-in-cheek acquisition bid from Pornhub.
The social media company's third-quarter ad revenue rose 6 percent year over year, with international growth propelling the increases.
Jim Cramer said on Thursday Twitter's third-quarter earnings report was not the "disaster" that some people might have anticipated.
The company is seeking as much as $4 billion, Bloomberg reported citing sources.
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