Google’s Motion Stills App Lets Android Users Create GIFs, Videos

While Motion Stills on iOS allows users to transform their Live Photos into GIFs and longer videos, the Android version allows users to record new clips within the app.

WhatsApp Job Listings Indicate a Move Toward Monetization

Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in May that monetization of messaging application WhatsApp was not imminent, but things appear to have changed over the past couple of months.

5 Things to Consider When Identifying Talent for Your Influencer Marketing Campaign

Opinion: When it comes to developing and executing a successful influencer marketing campaign, identifying the best possible talent is of utmost importance.

Why PR and Marketing Companies Should Not Ignore Glassdoor

A positive brand perception can go a long way.

YouTube Turned to Jigsaw’s Redirect Method to Keep Users Away From Terrorist Content

Can the Redirect Method from Jigsaw become a vital piece of the puzzle of fighting terrorist content on YouTube?

LinkedIn Launched a Lightweight Android App in India to Connect More Users

LinkedIn just opened up access to its professional network to many more potential users in India with its launch of lightweight Android application LinkedIn Lite.

Twitter Is Taking Action on 10 Times as Many Abusive Accounts Every Day as It Did Last Year

The war to keep Twitter users safe is won one battle at a time, and vice president of engineering Ed Ho provided an update on those battles.

Legendary Pokemon Are Coming to Pokemon Go

As part of Pokemon Go's first-anniversary celebration, Niantic revealed new details surrounding the upcoming arrival of Legendary Pokemon in the game.

What Has the Facebook Journalism Project Accomplished in Its First Six Months?

More than 10,000 publishers globally are now using Instant Articles, up 25 percent in the past six months alone, and more than one-third of all clicks to articles on Facebook are to Instant Articles.

What Do Twitter Users’ Eyes Tell Brands About Holiday Campaigns?

The eyes don’t lie: Twitter teamed up with eye-tracking and facial-coding technology provider EyeSee to help marketers prepare for their holiday campaigns with science and sentiment.