LinkedIn Users Can Now Share Multiple Photos in a Single Post

LinkedIn users now have the ability to share multiple photos in a single post.

What Happens to Flash-Powered Facebook Games When Adobe Scuttles the Format in 2020?

Facebook is teaming up with Adobe, Apple, Google, Microsoft, Mozilla and Unity on a migration path for developers with Flash-powered games on Facebook.

During Every Minute on the Internet … (Infographic)

People in the U.S. use an average of nearly 2.658 million gigabytes of Internet data every minute, but on what?

Giphy GIF Maker Lets Mobile Web Users Create GIFs Without an App

Users can create GIFs by importing images or video clips from their devices or taking new pictures with the GIF Maker.

Twitter Is Reportedly Shuttering Its SnappyTV Video-Editing Tool

SnappyTV, the video-editing tool acquired by Twitter in June 2014, is reportedly being phased out.

Can Source3’s Content Rights Management Technology Help Facebook Battle Piracy?

Facebook enlisted some help in its war against piracy with its latest acquisition, content rights management startup Source3.

Facebook Live 360 Can Now Support Resolution Up to 4K

Facebook Tuesday announced several updates to its Live 360 livestreamed 360-degree video feature.

Improved Social Media Metrics Boost the Value of Influencer Marketing to Merchants

Opinion: What began more than one decade ago in the form of high-profile bloggers and then gave way to high-profile social media stars has yielded an increasingly complex yet increasingly sophisticated channel through which merchants can positively affect sales.

The American Customer Satisfaction Index’s Top Social Network Is … Google+?

You may not know many people who still use Google+, but that waning group is apparently quite satisfied with the social network.

Nielsen Social Content Ratings, Week of July 17: Game of Thrones Stays Strong

The North remembers: Sunday night’s episode of Game of Thrones on HBO froze out the competition in the Nielsen Social Content Ratings for the week.