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The snap-and-share social network sees 500 million monthly active users, 300 million daily active users, and 95 million photos a day. That's a lot of selfies.
Next time you're about to fire off a tweet, you can instead decide to go live with just a couple of taps.
If you've synced photos from your phone to Facebook, you have until July 7 to get the Moments app or download your photos; otherwise, they will disappear from Facebook.
If you have something to say in the comments of a Facebook post, but words, stickers, and emoji won't do the job, you can now let it rip with video.
Facebook now converts your panoramas into '360 photos' that you can view with a VR headset.
Subscriptions and a larger Live element headline the social network's efforts to make content easier on the eyes.
For a limited time, you can pay only $29 to become a certified social media marketing expert.
Instagram recently added sharing extensions functionality to its iOS app. Now, you can share photos from third-party apps directly to Instagram.
The social network's new feed, which will put posts it thinks you'll be most interested in at the top, will begin rolling out to users over the next month.
The social media company appears to be gradually moving all mobile website users to its standalone Messenger app for iOS and Android.
In order to create a business profile on Instagram, your business needs to be linked to a Facebook Page.
Twitter's giving you more room to work in 140 characters, and tweaking replies so they're easier to use.
Facebook denied any evidence of ‘systematic political bias’ in the stories included in its Trending Topics feature, but promised changes in its processes.
The notion of online privacy has been greatly diminished in recent years, and just this week two new studies confirm what to many minds is already a dismal picture.
A hacker is trying to sell a database dump containing account records for 167 million LinkedIn users.