New update to standalone photo-sharing app automatically creates short videos from your photo collection.
Twitter opens the floodgates: expanding the DM character limit from 140 characters to 10,000.
For the first time, Twitter and GoPro presented at the annual online video conference that used to be sole YouTube territory.
Apple was quick to fix the issue, noting that the problem involved iCloud services.
"I don't need my music to be devalued by the worst quality in the history of broadcasting," Neil wrote on Facebook.
The new MiniDrones are triple-action toys with wow factor—but only if the weather conditions are right.
Facebook's new photo uploader for iOS lets you make silly creations by overlaying text, stickers, emojis and filters.
Facebook's facial recognition software is so good, it can identify you even if your face is hidden.
The photo-sharing app gets an improved Explore page with curated collections, trending events and hashtags, and a more powerful search feature too.
Brands will now have product pages with relevant tweets, pricing info, and a buy button.
The mobile app will show tweets from popular events in a dynamic new way that incorporates photos and videos.
The ride-sharing app wants to move into on-demand delivery, but logistical issues scared away two big would-be partners.
Likes, comments, and shares won't be the only factors determining which posts make the top of your News Feed.
Could the fact that Twitter CEO Dick Costolo announced he was stepping down have something to do with the drastic product change?
The photo-sharing app implements a button so that users can buy a product, download an app or sign up to a website directly on Instagram.