Large videos, up-votes, and chat are just a few of the live-streaming Google Hangouts competitor's new features.
New regulations would require San Francisco Airbnb host to register with the city and limit rentals to 90 days a year.
The carrier continues to wage war against its rivals with a petition to eliminate overage penalties across the board.
Users will have to install Facebook’s separate Messenger app to keep the conversation going.
Breather makes finding a quiet place to work in Manhattan or Montreal as easy as ordering a car on Uber or a vacation rental on Airbnb.
The social network needs to jump-start its growth, and hopes a familiar look will help.
The social network now lets you tag photos and tweet multiple images without using up your 140 precious characters.
Twitter is making pieces of content invisible to Turkey’s citizens while it works to reverse a court order requiring the takedown of a controversial account.
Why would a social network buy a virtual reality headset manufacturer? Because VR is the next big platform.
If you bought a lot of bestsellers, you could see a hefty credit on your Amazon account on Tuesday.
Graffiti artists are spray-painting DNS addresses on Turkish walls, as citizens do everything they can to duck the Turkish government's attempted censorship of Twitter.
The encrypted messaging app is selling its security tools to other companies to make money—and to make your information safer.
Every person’s first tweet was boring. That reminder might encourage new users to explore Twitter’s potential.
The Verge reports that Twitter’s end-to-end encryption for DMs is done—for now. Why are social networks dragging their feet on security measures?