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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.
Twitter's International headquarters will be in Dublin
The site also expressly forbids posts with sexual content involving minors.
Google has an idea of how it can block spoiler alerts from your social networking feeds. Whether we'll actually ever see this idea come to fruition is another question.
But Instagram and Snapchat don't fall too far behind
The price of the service hasn't been revealed, although the plan was disclosed in a YouTube letter to its content partners.
It has many of Messenger's mobile app features, just in a handy Web app format.
Twitter starts embedding tweets with lengthier comments attached, and in doing so could change the way we use the social network.
Snapchat said it received 375 requests for user data from U.S. authorities between November and February.
All those short, looping video clips are about to get a lot sharper.
The fact that our eyes can't even tell what color that dress is? That's great for Oculus.
Could the three apps one day control how you communicate?
Messenger not only helps you find integrated apps, but also give you a reason to actually use the apps Facebook told you to install.
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.