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Facebook is making it possible to hang out with your friends in virtual reality using Spaces, a new app the company launched Tuesday for the Oculus Rift. The app will allow people to join a shared, immersive video call, represented by a personalized avatar.
Facebook's efforts to embed camera functionality in all the apps it runs isn’t just a push to crush Snapchat. The company will be using those cameras as a way to create a developer platform for augmented reality, CEO Mark Zuckerberg revealed Tuesday.
Instagram continues to replicate Snapchat features, including pinning stickers to videos.
Twitter is suing the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and alleging the government is misusing an investigative tool as part of an internal witch-hunt to uncover who is behind a Twitter account that is critical of the immigration service.
If your Facebook feed has a rocket-ship icon, it's because the social media platform is testing a secondary news feed with users worldwide.
The egg that's come to represent Twitter's anonymous trolls is gone.
This change is coming to Twitter’s iOS and Android apps as well as Twitter on the web.
Camera filters, selfie masks, and direct messaging are coming to the main Facebook app. Good luck, Snapchat.
A recent social-media hijacking reveals how poor services are about aging out unused connections.
Twitter has started surveying users to check their interest in a new enhanced version of its TweetDeck product, raising the possibility that the company is considering a paid version of the service.
Photos that don't violate Instagram's content guidelines but are still considered "sensitive" will be blurred out.
Before you share that story, Facebook wants you to know its facts are in dispute.
Facebook's new streaming software and hardware support for personal live videos is a shot across Twitch's bow, but Twitch shouldn't sweat it.
LinkedIn wants to be its users’ professional news feed, and the company just launched a new feature aimed at providing them with a broad set of perspectives on relevant business news.
Apple's new Clips app helps you make and share short, multi-clip videos.