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Moments will automatically detect people's friends in their smartphone camera roll.
Likes, comments, and shares won't be the only factors determining which posts make the top of your News Feed.
Could the fact that Twitter CEO Dick Costolo announced he was stepping down have something to do with the drastic product change?
The company says that users who "experience high volumes of unwanted interactions" now have more sophisticated tools, like sharing lists of trolls to help mass-block them all.
Facebook expands its partnership with Shopify for buying items in News Feed
The changes bring Instagram's site design more in line with its mobile app
Twitter's Vine app will launch for Apple Watch later this year
Instead of sharing location data automatically, Facebook users will be have the option to specify their whereabouts on a map.
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.
The court overturns the interstate threats conviction on a Pennsylvania man based on posts made about his wife.
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.