YouTube has outlined some new measures that it’s implementing to combat hate speech.
Snapchat will open up its Lens Fest AR showcase event to the public for the first time next week.
With COVID-19 vaccines now being shipped, Facebook is boosting its efforts to eliminate misinformation, which could undermine public health efforts.
Google has released new data on the latest product trends as we head into the final weeks before Christmas.
Twitter's updating its two-factor authentication features to provide more security options for users.
LinkedIn is launching a new 'Sales Insights' platform to help businesses better understand emerging market shifts.
TikTok's testing a new option which would enable users to upload videos up to three minutes long, triple the current limit.
TikTok has shared insights into its best performing content of 2020, including top creators, rising stars, trends, effects and more.
YouTube has listed the top videos and platform stars of 2020, highlighting the key creators that are gaining traction with YouTube viewers.
Reddit has reported that it served 52 million daily active users in October.
Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency project is still pushing ahead, though it continues to face challenges.
Facebook's new Content Oversight Board, which will provide independent, expert advice on content rulings, is now hearing its first cases.
Facebook has launched a new website to help businesses make a social impact through their efforts.
Facebook has announced that its dedicated News tab is coming to users in the UK in January.
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Twitter has provided a new set of tips to help brands map out their holiday marketing strategies.
Facebook has announced the acquisition of automated customer service platform Kustomer, which will help improve its buisiness response tools.
Instagram has added a new Giving Tuesday group story to highlight how people can support nonprofits and SMBs.
Video meeting platform Zoom has today announced a new marketplace for paid events, along with the next stage of its end-to-end encryption roll out.
Streamlabs has published a new overview of the gaming sector, which shows that Twitch remains the leading streaming platform.
WordPress has added a new option which will enable users to re-publish entire WordPress blog posts as Twitter threads.
Facebook has unveiled a new look for Messenger, which is designed to reflect the evolving usage of the platform.
Twitter looks to be testing a new prompt which would ask users if they want to hide potentially offensive replies to their tweets.
Facebook has launched a new campaign to tackle discrimination among UK football fans.
Snapchat has launched its first 'City Painter' Local Lens project in Carnaby Street, London.
Facebook has announced that it will no longer allow Holocaust denial content on its platform, a significant step in its misinformation approach.
TikTok has been banned in another region, though this time the move is not related to national security concerns.
YouTube is testing a new process which would enable creators to tag and track all products in their video clips, essentially turning YouTube into a major product showcase.
Twitter has announced some new election integrity measures, including a ban on calls for intimidation at polls and retweet warnings on questionable claims.
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Facebook has launched a new initiative to assist SMBs in the final quarter push for 2020.
Instagram has added some new audio features for Reels as it works to maximize Reels usage.
With the US Presidental election drawing near, Facebook has outlined its latest update in its election integrity efforts.
YouTube is testing some new ways to reduce the impact of potentially harmful comments.
Twitter is looking to make more users add their own thoughts to their retweets by removing the current menu of retweeting options in the process.
Facebook is ramping its action against the QAnon conspiracy theory, with an expansion of its rules around what is no longer allowed in relation to the movement.
Google is launching new insights tools for advertisers to highlight key trends and market shifts, while it's also rolling out new automated campaign options.
TikTok's ban in the US has been suspended till at least November 4th, as negotiations over the app's sell-off continue.
Facebook has announced some new video enhancements for its Portal smart home device, including integrations with Netflix and Zoom.
Facebook has added some new features for Halloween, including new AR filters and effects.
Instagram is adding some new, automated warning prompts to deter people from posting potentially offensive remarks.
Just in time for World Mental Health Day, Facebook announced the launch of its new Emotional Health resource center.
With US President Donald Trump contracting COVID-19, Twitter has been forced to reiterate its rules against wishing harm or violence against others.
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Twitter has shared some new insights into key conversational trends that it's seeing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Google has announced a new approach to image editing features in order to reduce unfair and unhealthy comparison to highly filtered selfie images.