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Facebook's News Feed is now more immersive than ever thanks to 360-degree videos, which are available for desktop browsers now.
Instagram isn't slowing down—in fact, it's more popular than ever.
The sports-focused social network is trying to turning itself into a media company.
But you won't be able to use Facebook's Dislike button to let your uncle know his racist posts are unwelcome.
Facebook is riding the wave of mobile adoption in Africa to help meet its goal of connecting businesses with people in emerging markets.
Three years after Facebook’s acquisition, Instagram gets serious about appealing to advertisers.
Facebook is making changes to its Pages service to attract more businesses, in part by giving them a new way to showcase their products.
A LinkedIn-based intelligence gathering campaign has been using fake LinkedIn profiles to map out the professional networks of IT security experts.
Buttoned down LinkedIn is adding a touch of modern to its messaging client, streamlining its design while also adding support for digital media like stickers, emojis and GIFs.
A 17-year-old Virginia resident has been sentenced to more than 11 years in prison, after he used Twitter to provide financial and recruiting support to the extremist Islamic group known as ISIS.
Facebook said it had 968 million daily users in July.
Facebook is improving its technology to better identify videos uploaded to its site without the permission of copyright holders.
Auto-playing videos in Facebook and Twitter are annoying. Here's how to stop them.
New update to standalone photo-sharing app automatically creates short videos from your photo collection.
By effectively shutting down apps that showed politicians' deleted tweets, Twitter is giving politicians more control over public speech, and at the cost of transparency, some digital media experts said.