Twitter is becoming the place to be for livestreamed lacrosse, as the social network followed up March’s announcement of a pact with the National Lacrosse League with Friday’s news of an agreement with Major League Lacrosse.
Did President Donald Trump really tweet that? Thanks to a new timeline from ABC News, now you can check for yourself.
Facebook is teaming up with the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation on a pilot project to bring training and support from the social network directly into the newsrooms of local and nonprofit news organizations.
Opinion: The “10 bands” post that’s been sweeping through Facebook over the past week has been omnipresent and seemingly unstoppable, until it runs its course and shuffles off into obscurity in the very immediate future.
Google released a new Topics feature in Google+, which will recommend Topics to users based on the things it thinks they will be interested in.
Messenger Lite, the “slimmed-down” version of Facebook Messenger aimed at areas with poorer internet connections, launched in 150 more countries this week.
Opinion: Perhaps YouTube's biggest misstep was assuming that it could apply a single-screen direct-response strategy to a multimedium upper-funnel platform.
Facebook Thursday announced an update to its Rights Manager tools for owners of the rights to video content on the social network, enabling those owners to establish automated rules to help protect their videos.
Facebook’s efforts to keep its user base informed about the steps it is taking to combat fake news now include a look at the news period that brought the issue to the forefront in the first place: the 2016 U.S. presidential election.