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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."
Twitter has made co-founder Jack Dorsey its new CEO, ending months of speculation and handing him the tough task of turning around the company's sluggish user growth.
With these quick fixes, using Facebook will be far less infuriating.
The latest update for this Twitter client brings it back into closer alignment with Twitter's site, but it continues to have its own excellent approach.
Find out what your friends are listening to and get quick access to a shared playlist.
Facebook's News Feed is now more immersive than ever thanks to 360-degree videos, which are available for desktop browsers now.
Instagram isn't slowing down—in fact, it's more popular than ever.
The sports-focused social network is trying to turning itself into a media company.
But you won't be able to use Facebook's Dislike button to let your uncle know his racist posts are unwelcome.
Three years after Facebook’s acquisition, Instagram gets serious about appealing to advertisers.
The film isn’t about letting us in on Jobs’s secrets. It’s about perspective.
Facebook said it had 968 million daily users in July.