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Two U.S. academics have published a report slamming Google's practice of blending links to its own services with general search results.
Companies are voicing support for the U.S. Supreme Court ruling across social media. Facebook has even released a filter for overlaying a rainbow on profile pictures.
Now you can sign up for Facebook's messaging service with just a name and phone number.
Facebook's facial recognition software is so good, it can identify you even if your face is hidden.
The photo-sharing app gets an improved Explore page with curated collections, trending events and hashtags, and a more powerful search feature too.
Fire at iconic hotel could be trigger for the country's first known Internet filter.
This overhaul to Tweetbot for OS X brings improvements, but also some horsiness. A minor upgrade is needed.
Brands will now have product pages with relevant tweets, pricing info, and a buy button.
The mobile app will show tweets from popular events in a dynamic new way that incorporates photos and videos.
Videos, Vines, and GIFs will play automatically on mute in Twitter for iOS and on the web.
Moments will automatically detect people's friends in their smartphone camera roll.
Want to find Instagram and Twitter images from the earthquake in Nepal or the Stanley Cup finals? EyeIn helps you do that in one place.
Likes, comments, and shares won't be the only factors determining which posts make the top of your News Feed.
Could the fact that Twitter CEO Dick Costolo announced he was stepping down have something to do with the drastic product change?
The company says that users who "experience high volumes of unwanted interactions" now have more sophisticated tools, like sharing lists of trolls to help mass-block them all.