The CEO of Snapchat said the app will introduce its first paid ads “soon” as part of its Stories feature.
With the rise of advertisers trying to sneakily get positive reviews from video creators, Twitch has decided to outline exactly what sponsored content is.
Instagram has hired its first COO, Marne Levine, who has been at Facebook for the past four years.
Facebook’s controversial practice of deleting drag queen accounts sparked outrage for weeks before the social network decided to adjust its policy.
Reddit will give 10 percent of its latest investment round back to the community. The site hopes to do this by creating its own crypto-currency.
Westminster Magistrates’ Court in London made a landmark decision to jail a Twitter user for making violent and abusive rape threats against a politician.
Sign-ups for the FireChat app have ballooned during Hong Kong’s ongoing democracy protests. The app lets users chat without an Internet connection.
Bitcoin has often been called a ponzi scheme, but this time, the SEC is punishing an individual who defrauded investors of $149 million.
Controversial social app Yik Yak is under added scrutiny after several arrests.
The visual-driven social media site is taking steps to push publisher’s content.