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Instagram Now Lets You Share Numerous Photos and A Video At Once

Instagram's New Feature Allows 10 Photos And 1 Video In A Single Post

A new Instagram update will let users share a post containing up to ten photos and one video.

by Edge Ison

WhatsApp New Feature Is Similar To Snapchat And Instagram

WhatsApp New Feature Is Similar To Snapchat And Instagram

Instead of posting a status message in a text format to your profile, the new WhatsApp feature lets users share photos and videos in a collage format for up to 24 hours before they disappear.

by Monica U Santos

Tinder Goes After Snapchat, Buys Similar Video Stories App Wheel

Tinder Goes After Snapchat, Buys Similar Video Stories App Wheel

Tinder just recently acquired a video stories app, Wheel, which will bring creativity in connecting and matching people.

by Mae Cervantes

What Happens When A 7-Year Old Girl Asks For A Job At Google?

What Happens When A 7-Year Old Girl Asks For A Job At Google?

A 7-year old girl from England named Chloe Bridgewater, sent a job application letter to Google and was surprised to get a reply from the Google CEO himself.

by Cameron

Facebook Now Allows Job Postings On Pages

Facebook Now Allows Job Postings On Pages

Facebook will introduce a new feature that allows business owners to post job listings on Facebook Pages.

by Edge Ison

Tinder's Sean Rad: A.I And Tinder Will Change How People Will Date

Tinder's Sean Rad: AI And Tinder Will Change How People Will Date

On an interview, Sean Rad discusses how he sees the future of Tinder could be. In his vision, he plans to incorporate AI into the dating app.

by Cameron

Facebook's TV streaming app

Facebook To Launch Connected TV Apps That Competes With YouTube

Facebook is reportedly preparing to launch a standalone TV app, in order to compete with rival YouTube.

by Victor Thomson

Web Summit Dublin - Day 2

Facebook Allows Fake News, Flagging Does Not Mean Removal

In light of the US presidential elections, Facebook has been under scrutiny as a platform for fake news. And while the social media company has put up security measures, fake news will not be banned.

by Ana Cordero

Twitter Q4 2016 Earnings Not Great, Despite Being Pres. Trump's Social Platform Of Choice

Twitter Q4 2016 Earnings Not Great, Despite Being Pres. Trump's Social Platform Of Choice

Despite Pres. Trumps tweets, it did little to help Twitter in generating more earnings on the Q4 of 2016. Instead, its advertising revenues decreased.

by Cameron

Mark Zuckerberg Isn't Going Anyhere, Shareholders Hold No Power Over Facebook CEO

Mark Zuckerberg Isn't Going Anywhere, Shareholders Hold No Power Over Facebook CEO

"SumOfUs" wants Mark Zuckerberg to quit as Facebook's Chairman of the board of directors.

by Mae Cervantes

Facebook Hires Former MTV Executive Mina Lefevre

Facebook And MTV Hire Will Strengthen Its Competition Against Netflix And YouTube

Facebook is getting serious with its original content plans with the hiring of former MTV executive Mina Lefevre.

by Edge Ison

Social Networking Sites May Be Monitored By Security Services

Facebook Introduces New Groundbreaking AI Technology To Combat Racial Discrimination And Inequality

Facebook is turning towards technological advancements to combat its problems with criticism surrounding its ad approval discrimination dilemma. Reports have claimed that the social media company has turned towards Artificial Intelligence to help solve this issue.

by Jomar Teves

Two US Senators Raise Concerns Over Trump's Unsecured Samsung Device

Donald Trump's Best Efforts On Twitter Is Not Helping The Company's Revenues

Twitter has been on a roll lately, racking up increasing number of revenues as well as online monthly users. Many analysts strongly think that this is because of the tweets made by recently elected U.S. President Donald Trump, who's single tweet can truly manage to make headlines.

by Jomar Teves

Millions Of Users Flock To Facebook Lite Version

Millions Of Users Flock To Facebook Lite Version

200 million people are now actively using the Facebook Lite app.

by Andy Franco

Social Networking Sites May Be Monitored By Security Services

Facebook Launches 'Community Help', Aims To Save Millions Of Lives During Calamities

Facebook has upgraded its Safety Check mechanism in an effort to make better connections to people who are in need in a more organized fashion. The all new Community Help Tool will better connect people towards others who are in need by directly messaging them in the midst of a tragic event.

by Jomar Teves

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