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After heavy criticism, Facebook will make changes to how it enforces "real names" starting in December.
Facebook's new solution for getting messages from non-friends means the end of the little known 'Other' inbox.
Advertisers can now curate the Moments you see, starting this weekend.
In which Facebook compares its code to an irritating child.
Protect your posts from Facebook's new search feature by changing your privacy settings.
Tired of the same old filtered images and videos? Instagram has a new app to spice up your main feed.
Say hello to Twitter Polls, and goodbye to “Retweet for yes, Favorite for no.”
Facebook will now warn people if it has a strong suspicion an account is being targeted by a nation-state.
This overhaul to Tweetbot for OS X brings changes large and small that add up to a much better experience.
The world's largest social network wants to keep eyeballs away from YouTube with a dedicated News Feed for video.
Twitter will work better with a "nimbler" engineering team, Dorsey tells staff.
Don't call it a Dislike button, but Facebook is taking a new approach to the Like button with a system allowing you to express empathy.
Twitter's new features are making the network more welcoming to newbies, but there are some pitfalls to watch out for.
With new CEO Jack Dorsey at the helm, Twitter is rebooting.
A large group of human rights, digital rights, LGBTQ, and women’s rights advocates, has said that Facebook's system "disregards the circumstances of users in non-western countries, exposes its users to danger, disrespects the identities of its users, and curtails free speech."