Don't-Miss Productivity Stories
Twitter faces growing pressure to attract new users and dramatically increase engagement on the platform. Can it ever rival the numbers and growth of Facebook?
Changes to Facebook's policy do away with previous visibility restrictions.
A new function will let users block certain inquiries or individuals and remove them from a user's network.
The social network's march to a mobile-first mindset and delivery mechanism has been persistent and widely recognized, but Facebook is rising to the video occasion with a more deliberate rollout.
Facebook has been blocked in China, but WhatsApp can still be downloaded
Where's My Droid and Speed Night were cited as the most downloaded malicious apps.
Glass wearers should turn their devices off in places that ask people to turn off cellphones, the company said.
MLB and fashion retailer Alex and Ani use location-sensing beacons to ping customers' phones.
The proposed acquisition raises concerns about the combined company's market power, opponents say.
Slack aims to take your emails and files, along with content from Twitter, Dropbox, and elsewhere, and plunk that into its own platform to make it more easily searchable.
Yahoo's chief executive explains her vision of search based on context.
Wander's diary app 'Days' will live on, according to the startup, as Yahoo continues to boost its mobile product offerings.
Google will manage the federal airfield and restore a former airship hangar