Photo-sharing app Instagram is set to restructure itself, and has decided to terminate its Global Communication Team in the process.
A new Terms of Service spotted in Google Play Beta Programme shows that WhatsApp is collaborating with Facebook, in a bid to help monetise operations.
A research study shows that social media grealty influences teenagers' lives, including their relationships.
Responding to a Change.org petition against its new design, photo-sharing app Snapchat has said its 'Friends' page and 'Discover' feature will grow on users.
In a crackdown against false stories, micro-blogging platform Twitter has said it will not allows users to like and retweet from multiple accounts, or use 'bots'.
YouTube has been critised for a video in its Trending section, that showed a teenage survivor of the Florida school shooting to be a paid actor.
Tinder accounts could be vulnerable to risks from hackers thanks to just one mobile number, according to revelations made by cyber security company AppSecure.
A study examining telecommunication activity found that city dwellers spend lesser time tweeting than previously expecting.
WhatsApp is testing a new 'Group Description' feature on the Android beta and Windows version of its app. The feature is live in the latest version of WhatsApp Android beta and Windows beta app.
Google Pay is now rolling out for users, and it will replace the Android Pay app and includes features from the Google wallet. Google also plans to extend the Pay app to other products from the company.
Language app Babbel has raised profits in the US market, putting it closer to its competitor, Silicon Valley-based Duolingo.
Google's Tez app, which is based on UPI, will now allow users to pay their water, electricity, DTH and mobile, broadband, landline and other utility bills.
A new study has shown that teenagers who select images and videos across social media platforms, including Facebook and Instagram, appear more popular in friends circles.
Social media platform Facebook will look to verify buyers of political ads through postcards, as the company will determine whether the individuals reside within or outside the US.
US Special Counsel Robert Mueller has indicted social media companies Facebook and Twitter over political ads created by Russian actors over the course of the 2016 US elections.
Social media platform Facebook has admitted to a bug in their two-factor authentication system, as users have reported receiving non-security related notifications from the company.
WhatsApp 'Delete for everyone' feature: If someone has quoted your message on WhatsApp before you delete it, you will still be able to see that message -- rendering the 'Delete for Everyone' feature ineffective
Facebook will enhance its Safety Check system with the Community Help feature, to ensure accurate information during a crisis.
Google has removed the 'View Image' button from Image search, in a bid to discourage people from saving and using copyrighted images.
Twitter is considering live streaming of news in order to stop unverified content, and prevent fake news incidents.
Snap Inc's CEO Evan Spiegel has defended the Snapchat app update, by clarifying that celebrities cannot have the same content settings as regular users.
The European Unino has asked Google, Facebook and Twitter to increase efforts to align their functioning with laws of the 28-nation bloc.
Gmail Go app for Android Go devices is now available on Play Store. Like YouTube Go, Google Assistant Go, Files Go, Maps Go, this Gmail Go app is designed for devices with low-end specifications.
According to a report from WIRED, social media platform Facebook had funded experts, with which the company had claimed to 'co-develop' the Messenger Kids app.
Facebook has unveiled a new photo editing feature that offers several tools to add text to Stories, colour filters, and stickers among others.
Russian internet security agency Kaspersky has said it found malware in the desktop version of popular messaging app Telegram, that forced devices to mine cryptocurrencies.
Twitter values being independent, said the company's CEO, Jack Dorsey, as speculation of the micro-blogging website being open to a sale looms.
A Facebook executive has said that the social media platform will not recruit journalists to post content.
Microsoft's LinkedIn has introduced a 'Scheduler' feature, that allows job seekers and employers to schedule meetings through the professional linking platform.
Google is bringing a developer preview of its Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) for Gmail as well. The 'AMP for email' will is meant to "modernize" email.
The British government will be able to detect and remove extremist content from social media through a new tool, suggest reports.
In the midst of heated rivalry between Snapchat and Instagram, the increased popularity among youth has helped advertisers pick the Snap Inc's photo-sharing platform.
A German court has sued Facebook for infringing over private data, by saying that the social media network didn't completely consent to users before storing information.
Soon after Snapchat Inc rolled out a redesigned Snapchat app, users took to Twitter to complain that the new design is confusing and difficult to use.
WhatsApp has issued a new update for the iOS version of the app with two new features. WhatsApp iOS version 2.18.22 has the option of switching between voice and video calls.