Don't-Miss Social Media Stories
Brands can post just to their Pages but not to News Feed, and target their videos to users based on gender, age, and location—but only if they use Facebook's newly updated Video API.
Engineers shed light on Facebook's ranking algorithm during a talk at F8.
The social network is changing the way you install apps, shop, and watch videos with new tools for developers.
You can already add your general location to your tweets, but soon you'll be able to let everyone know if you're in Central Park or Central Perk.
Instagram's new iOS app lets you create a visually stunning—and not at all cheesy—photo collage.
The documentary Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine pulls no punches, but the director says he didn't set out to make a negative film.
If Meerkat can continue to evolve quickly, it might survive Twitter's own live-streaming launch. (Despite its terrible videos.)
Paul talked Snapchat, privacy, and net neutrality during his tech-centric interview, that was definitely not part of a pre-election ramp up (wink wink).
Yik Yak's founders took the stage at SXSW to talk about Twitter, cyberbullying, and world domination.
The social network has also tried to explain when and why it removes content at the request of governments.
Gore urged the tech-minded folks who attend South by Southwest Interactive to wage an Internet campaign for climate change, just like they did for net neutrality and SOPA.
Users posting such content will have their accounts locked, the company said.
Wait, FriendFeed was still running? Yeah, we were surprised too.
The eight members of Congress say measures taken so far to screen drivers do not take advantage of all the available tools