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The photo-sharing app implements a button so that users can buy a product, download an app or sign up to a website directly on Instagram.
iPhone and iPad users will be able to buy items on Pinterest starting later this month.
For years the social network opted not to host animated gifs out of fear that it would make the platform "too chaotic." But as gifs become a more integral part of the web, Facebook has finally caught on.
Following a partnership with news outlets for Instant Articles, Facebook is now integrating restaurant reviews from reputable food publications.
Actual tweets will appear on mobile devices, depending on the search.
Facebook is reportedly working with game developers to offer their apps in Messenger.
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.
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.