Don't-Miss Social Media Stories
If you’ve ever worried yourself sick wondering whether your friends and family were affected by a disaster, Facebook's new tool is designed to ease your mind.
Instead of having each photo laid out in a uniform grid, photos with the most likes are highlighted and displayed a bit larger.
The network could be eyeing anonymous discussions around health for its rumored new app.
The new iOS app’s defining feature prevents people from taking screenshots of your photos.
Chris Breen and Susie Ochs consider a rumored Apple event, HP splitting (again), Facebook and the Like economy, and Yosemite features.
Unlike Apple, Facebook doesn’t want to track your vitals. Yet.
The network cleaned up its research guidelines to prevent unnecessary experiments.
Now a messaging app will call businesses for you and then message you their answers. We've reached peak messaging.
The idea of Ello and the actual user experience are completely different.
The site still gathers certain types of data about users
The best part about Twitter’s update: Interactive push notifications.
The world's most popular Instagrammers have a few tricks, and they have nothing to do with Instagram.
The network wants to help you make in-tweet impulse purchases.
Sit back and wait for everyone to applaud your excellent taste in TV and film.
Chris Breen is joined by two-Dans Frakes and Moren to discuss the news of the week including iPhone 5 batteries, Gruber's numbers, Facebook and clickbait, Surface 2 under water, and TiVo for cable cutters.