Digital

How Google Is Bringing Its Deep Tech to Life in Cannes

From Doodles to AR, Google is having some fun in the sun.

Authorities Arrested Environmental Protesters on the Steps of the Palais During Cannes

'If we don't do something, there will be no advertising industry on a dead planet.'

Two-Thirds of US Adults Believe Social Networks Should Remove Offensive Political Content

Only 31% are confident in the platforms' ability to do so, according to Pew Research Center.

Mother’s Day Was the Hottest Hot Topic on Facebook and Instagram in May

Memorial Day and Cinco de Mayo also drove conversation.

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg Plummeted to No. 55 on Glassdoor’s List of Top CEOs in 2019

He had been No. 16 in 2018, No. 10 in 2017 and No. 4 in 2016.

Precise Location Can No Longer Be Tagged in Tweets

The feature is still available via Twitter’s updated camera.

LinkedIn Is Introducing Tools to Help Members Prepare for Job Interviews

Answers to commonly asked questions, as well as the ability to seek feedback.

What Caught the Attention of Twitter Users at E3 2019?

Final Fantasy VII Remake was the most-tweeted-about newly announced game.

Salesforce Plays Its Latest Hand in Ongoing CDP Rivalry

The CRM-leader unveiled newest iteration following Adobe’s guerrilla announcement.

The Most Influential Influencers Aren’t Who You’d Expect

They aren't Kardashians, according to a new study from OMD.