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If at first you don't succeed, try an un-pivot. That's Jelly co-founder Biz Stone's approach in the hopes his team can rejuvenate the Q&A service.
A new report claims that Twitter wants to extend the character limit from 140 to 10,000.
Filters are fine, but take your Instagram posts to the next level with these editing apps.
With top publishers like The New York Times and The Atlantic, articles will load almost instantly since they're stored on Facebook's servers.
Facebook partners with ride-sharing services to make its FB Messenger more than just a messaging app.
As Facebook focuses on Moments app, private photo sharing is getting its moment in the sun.
Twitter has warned some of its users that they may have been targeted in an attack by state-sponsored hackers.
Tacos, burritos, and other Unicode 8 emojis arrive on Twitter.com, but not on TweetDeck yet.
Terrorist attacks, earthquakes, and racial tension make Facebook’s list of most-discussed topics.
The Facebooking of Twitter could intensify if reverse-chronology goes away.
The Zuckerberg Chan Initiative will focus on personalized learning, curing disease, connecting people and building strong communities.
Facebook quietly released a new Work Chat app that connects its popular consumer messaging service to its privately-available work social network.
Rolling out on mobile first, the new Facebook features help you see less of former flames, and also limit your posts on their News Feeds.
Google isn't done with its attempts at running a social network. On Tuesday, the company gave Google+ a redesign focused on people getting together around shared interests.
More companies are turning to social media as a way to communicate with their customers, and Hootsuite is working with Microsoft to make that even easier through an integration with the company's products.