People talk about sports a little differently than they used to. Post-game discussions don't have to wait for the next morning's water cooler chats. Instead, fans turn to Twitter during the game for up-to-the-minute reactions, GIFs, jokes and memes.
Either you surprise the crew at Great Big Story or you go home. They, of course, will explain this in much kinder terms. But the basis of their visually stunning short- and long-form videos is surprise.
Will Americans embrace a new way of annoying numbers-obsessed president Donald Trump—by following half an onion in a plastic bag on Twitter until it has more followers than him?
Facebook users might soon see ads in another part of the coveted digital real estate—the Messenger app.
Wonder no more about what goes on inside the minds of millennial women. Bustle, the largest digital media property that targets millennial women, announced today the launch of a focus group just for them.
Instagram is about to let everyone around the world "go live." The company is expanding its live video offering, Instagram Live Stories, to users worldwide.
Starting today, Tumblr looks a little bit more like Snapchat. The Yahoo-owned site is launching a mobile feature today that overlays stickers and filters on top of photos and GIFs that users share.
Brands everywhere are cringing at the prospect of nasty—or even friendly—tweets coming their way from Donald Trump. But it's incoming press secretary Sean Spicer who's been waging a weird war on an ice cream brand for almost seven years.