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The app allows users to send and receive dares to and from their friends in order to earn in-app points or money.
Snapchat makes a clear statement that will continue to ring true as AI technologies improve social platforms: “The Internet is now a visual-first world, and we’re ready for it.”
The game was designed for children in grades four through eight, and it combines word games with educational features.
The 2016 Tour de France was the topic of more than 3.7 million tweets during the course of the race, July 2 through 24, seen on Twitter some 4.1 billion times.
Oona King is leaving the U.K. House of Lords to become global director of diversity marketing at YouTube.
Pokemon Go has reportedly hit its peak in the U.S., according to data from SurveyMonkey Intelligence.
The endless game asks players to help Doctor Doom's minions survive rooms filled with traps.
Facebook Messenger surpassed a significant milestone, topping 1 billion monthly active users Wednesday.
Twitter is catching heat for permanently banning Breitbart technology editor and conservative commentator Milo Yiannopoulos during the Republican National Convention.
Facebook quietly added the ability to save videos for later viewing to its flagship Android application.
Do you even lift, bro? A good chunk of Instagram users can answer, “Yes,” according to a study Instagram conducted for Sunday’s World Emoji Day of the most popular sports emojis during the past year.
Doodle Jump creator Lima Sky partnered with mobile eSports company Skillz to launch a competitive eSports league, allowing its players to compete in Doodle Jump tournaments.
Mobile game company Storm8 released an infographic detailing some of the mobile gaming habits exhibited by its players around the world.
In a world full of text-only blogs and static imagery, video is the way for brands to stand out. Don’t get left behind.
Beginning Monday, when users search for phrases like "register to vote," they'll see a state-by-state guide related to each state's voter registration rules.
Overall, food and beverage industry workers are still pretty unhappy with their work, as are retail and finance industry workers. The happiest workers appear to be those in the education, travel and health care fields.
Math Camp, creator of iOS photo-sharing applications Roll and Shorts, was acqui-hired by Pinterest this week, and the two apps will shut down in the next few weeks
Yelp's PokeStop filter allows users to filter their business search results based on whether businesses are near PokeStops.
Here's a look at some of the mobile games released this week.
Developers using Twitter Kit can now seamlessly incorporate Vine videos into their applications.