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Send a pizza emoji to the Domino's Twitter account, get a pizza. But why?
The company promises faster news on its mobile apps with Instant Articles
Tired of making money for Facebook and Twitter? Tsu shares its revenue with users.
Looking for pizza delivery? Now you can start your order with Google.
Another sign of success for the social network that wants to be the world's de facto communications platform.
The company's engineers did painstaking work to allow users to search by emoji.
The photo-sharing and messaging app has launched content channels and hired a CNN vet as it gears up to become a full-blown news service by the 2016 election.
With Stream, users can watch popular videos on Periscope.
Tweets might appear in Spotlight searches on Apple devices, Twitter CEO Dick Costolo said.
The feature works over Wi-Fi and LTE, taking aim at other video solutions like Google Hangouts.
New Instagram filters and emoji are always popular, so Instagram combined the two in Monday's update for iOS.
Total sales for the first quarter grew by more than 40 percent
Apps like Meerkat and Periscope can lead users astray of privacy and copyright laws
The platform is giving its DM free-for-all another shot, two years after its original experiment fizzled.