Founder Dayo Akinrinade said she was inspired to create her own app by the success of Clubhouse and Tik Tok.
Twitter conducted a study that found tweets posted by accounts from the political right receive more algorithmic amplification than the political left when studied as a group.
Snap reported a Q3 revenue of $1.06 billion, yielding a net loss of 17 cents per share.
Facebook will pay up to $9.5 million to people that experienced Facebook's alleged discriminatory recruitment process of favouring H1-B and other temporary visa holders.
Facebook integrity VP has responded to new claims that its efforts to fight hate speech is not working.
Users will need the latest version of WhatsApp to take advantage of the new functionality.
A privacy rights group claimed Facebook has worked with Irish regulators to get around certain GDPR rules.
The acquisition of Krizo will enable Dataminr to go from a company that monitors real-time events to one that responds to them.
Japanese vendor says it will be world's first 24 fibre-pair subsea cable.
The outages capped a rough week for the social media giant.
Unfollow Everything's creator has been banned from Facebook and received a request to remove his browser extension.
Morrison, Joyce, and Cash all on Thursday called out the tech giants for the content that resides on social media platforms.
Facebook has often been surrounded by rumors, inferences and negative speculation. Now, of all times, isn't it appropriate to reach for some positive certainties?
Mark Zuckerberg responds to claims that Facebook prioritises profit over safety and wellbeing.
Instagram Video will now be the tab where users can view all videos on the social media platform.
From soothing your stress, or skilling up on something new to store cupboard recipes, these apps will help you get through your COVID-19 self-quarantine / self-isolation lockdown time.
Although hackers are getting more and more sophisticated, you can still recognize that something is not right online. NordVPN shares tips on spotting a phishing message -- and keep your online activities safe.
Here is everything that's new in Gmail -- plus when and how you can try it.
Facebook has rolled out new settings to appease users after the Cambridge Analytica scandal. Here's what you need to know.
Many of us no longer trust Facebook. We're wary of sharing data -- in case it is used by third parties without our knowledge. So, what features will the social media platform of the future need to regain our confidence?
If you are concerned about Facebook playing fast and loose with your personal data, here are a few other social networks you can try.
If you suspect that Facebook knows far too much about you, configure these security and privacy settings to send Facebook only the information you want to send.
To keep all of your devices charged up to the max when you are out on the road, try these multi-port car chargers.
Make your posts more engaging and encourage more clicks and comments with these image-editing and graphics tools.
Boomerang has analysed over 250,000 emails for email errors and response rates and has some top tips to improve response rates in your marketing campaigns.
According to Survey Monkey, 40 percent of the most used apps in the US are pre-loaded onto Android and iOS. But which app do we use the most on our mobile devices?
Survey Monkey has released its list of the most popular downloaded apps in the US on iOS and Android for the first six months of 2016. Pokemon Go was released in July so did not make it here.
As the 2016 Summer Olympics kick off tonight, we list five technology innovations introduced for the sporting competitions in Rio de Janeiro.
If you are uncomfortable with the thought of Microsoft owning LinkedIn and having access to your career data, here are some other business social networks you could try instead.
The annual Outside Lands music and food extravaganza marks the first occasion where AT&T is deploying all three of the biggest wireless tools in its arsenal at a single festival.
AOL was the baby Internet of the 1990s, a limited way to go online that was soon eclipsed by the excitement of the World Wide Web. Just like AOL, argues Tiernan Ray, the limited functionality and the annoying restrictions of today's social networks are crying out for a more exhilarating experience interacting with one another. Read more: https://zd.net/2XxWKmZ
Beth Mauder sits down with Mitul Ghandi, co-founder of seoClarity, to talk about the company's recent survey that shows which social media site is the least trusted. (Surprise! Google is the most trusted.) Ghandi also discusses what all platforms need to do in a social media-dominated world. Read more: http://zd.net/30rRkIl
Siddharth Rao, a staff software engineer and a technical lead in the revenue product organization at Twitter, tells ZDNet ways employers and companies can successfully hire, train, and maintain their new remote employees. Read more: https://zd.net/3t7bRiz
The non-profit organisation is using DroneDeploy to map and monitor the progress of its reforestation projects.
Facebook files lawsuits against MGP25 Cyberint Services in Spain and against Massroot8 in the US.
An executive order from the White House challenges the legal protections for the content published by social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram.
The new offering combines LinkedIn Live with LinkedIn Events to help businesses build up their brand.
Giphy is expected to retain its own branding and its APIs and GIF database will remain openly available to a wider ecosystem.
Voice calls, video and messaging help us stay more connected during lockdown.
Former CSIRO Data61 chief Adrian Turner who is leading the program believes data can be used to prevent, mitigate, and defeat bushfires.
The social networking giant also hopes the tools will help predict where coronavirus will spread next.
Company also claims it mistakenly ran calls from outside China through the Middle Kingdom.
The company says technology will help it achieve its goal of having net zero emissions by 2050.
Eligible social entrepreneurs will be given access to technology, education, customers, and grants.
At long last, Facebook is letting us see the data it and other companies are collecting from you -- some of which has nothing directly to do with what you're doing on Facebook.
If you are in the market for a blogging platform, content management system or a complete web platform, you can do far, far worse than choose WordPress.
Consolidate all of your chat buddies into Trillian Pro 2.012. Perfect for students and office workers alike.
Version 3.0 of Yahoo!'s Messenger(Download) instant-messaging client includes new features like voice chat, online conversations, and better integration between Messenger and Yahoo!