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Apple headlines for the week ending April 8, 2016.
Facebook Live video broadcasts are getting reactions, filters, groups and events support, and more.
Twitter amps up its Direct Messaging appeal by making it easier to send a Tweet in a private convo.
With images an ever-growing proportion of what we share on social networks, Facebook fears that users with visual impairments may be missing out.
You can take steps ahead of time to protect your social media, banking, email, and other accounts if you fear intrusion or retribution.
The popular photo-sharing app aims to become a hub for longer video.
Facebook is pushing the concept of Messenger as a platform, with possible new features including retail in-store payments.
The hidden basketball game lets you practice shooting your free throws. Good luck getting any work done now.
A new algorithm can tell when you're drinking while tweeting—and even figure out where you're imbibing.
With Instagram embracing algorithms, another social network says goodbye to reverse-chronological order.
I entered Kodak's Memory Observatory with a photo and emerged bewildered from an impromptu therapy session.
Although it isn't giving specifics on its future, Meerkat hinted at a video-centric social network that's focuses on smaller groups.
Big-league players share photos and videos on Snapchat from the dugouts during Spring Training games this coming Friday.
Sending Spotify songs to Facebook Messenger friends will soon be just a few taps away.
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