Snapchat today revealed four new features for its app, as it pushes forward to become as popular as possible in the face of increasing competition for the attention of consumers and marketers.
The 2016 presidential election is drastically different from previous races when it comes to courting young voters, primarily because of the many popular mobile apps out today that didn't exist four years ago. And millennials, the most frequent users of such apps, are a demographic that can't be ignored.
If you are a Bostonian who is sick of Pokemon Go players walking around and staring at their phones, Zipcar today could be making your sidewalk scene a little less crowded.
Google kicked off its annual Google I/O conference today at an outdoor amphitheater in sunny California, showcasing for the first time major hardware and software debuts happening throughout the rest of the year.
Another South by Southwest Interactive is in the books, and so much of what happens at the conference every year reverberates on social media. So we asked Sysomos to look at which brands shined brightest during the five-day tech festival and suss out SXSW's hottest topics in 2016.
BARCELONA, Spain—Adobe is trying to make it easier for companies to quickly make mobile apps with visually appealing content by combining and expanding two existing services.
While the Consumer Electronics Show is all about the latest in tech innovation, even geeks are on the lookout for love connections. Especially geeks, perhaps.
Facebook today said that more than 800 million people were using its Messenger app on a monthly basis at the e
Experienced Black Friday shoppers probably know RetailMeNot as a coupon hub, but like most mobile players, it wants to be known as a one-stop shopping app with features like rebates and location-based deals. So the Austin, Texas-based company is launching an ambitious holiday campaign that includes TV, influencers and social media.
At Twitter's #VideoNow show for agencies last month, Periscope co-founder Kayvon Beykpour said he plans to further intertwine his mobile app with Twitter "very soon." Right now, when people employ his li