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Twitter was the place to be in 2016. Is that enough to save it? - CNET

The social network didn't see a rush of new users, even though it was impossible to ignore.

Twitter was the place to be in 2016. Is that enough to save it? - CNET

The social network didn't see a rush of new users, even though it was impossible to ignore.

Snapchat Discover, Meet Facebook Collections?

Next up on the list of Snapchat features cloned by Facebook is Collections, the social network’s take on Snapchat Discover.

Twitter Acquires Yes, Names Founder Keith Coleman VP of Product

Twitter finally found a replacement for former head of consumer product Jeff Seibert, who vacated the position in June, but the social network had to acquire a company in the process.

Twitter nets new product chief with latest startup purchase - CNET

Christmas comes early for the social network as it gets app startup Yes and a new head of product in one.

5 Simple LinkedIn Tricks Everyone Should Know

Want more business? Then you need LinkedIn. It may not be as huge as Facebook, or as hip as Snapchat, but LinkedIn is the social network where business gets done. Here are a few stats to prove it: 80% of B2B leads come from LinkedInShow More Summary

Morgan Stanley thinks the tiny video tab on the Facebook app will help it steal TV ad dollars (FB)

Facebook has been testing the introduction of a dedicated video tab inside its mobile app among a select group of users over the past year — a move Morgan Stanley analysts predict will help the social network capture a greater shareShow More Summary

Moving in the Opposite Direction of Most Hillary Voters, Sally Field Says She Joined Twitter Specifically Because Trump Won

We don’t have enough Sally Field in our lives. So it’s nice to know that we can find her on Twitter now, and that she’s just as freaked out about the incoming ruling regime as the rest of us. Field joined the social network on 11/9 — the day after ... More »

Facebook wants to teach you all about how AI works

Pay attention, everyone: Facebook is trying to teach you something.  Since you probably let the social network distract you from just about every other educational opportunity that comes your way, you should at least learn a bit now....Show More Summary

Palmer Watch: Day 69 [Nice]

3 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Welcome to day 69 of Palmer Watch—another day in which neither Palmer Luckey nor Facebook will tell me if the founder of Oculus VR even works at the social networking giant or not. Read more...

Facebook: 'We do not think of ourselves as editors' but we may label fake news (FB)

Facebook says that it wants to get rid of fake news and hoaxes on its platform. But its plan to do so does not involve hiring human editors or giving special treatment to certain publications over others. The social network is instead...Show More Summary

Facebook: Don't freak out about artificial intelligence - CNET

The social network is making a concerted effort to educate the public about AI. It's not all killer robots, you know.

Facebook: Don't freak out about artificial intelligence - CNET

The social network is making a concerted effort to educate the public about AI. The two heads of Facebook's AI groups talk killer robots, academic research and so-called "filter bubbles."

Facebook Could Develop Artificial Intelligence to Weed Out Fake News

Facebook’s artificial intelligence know-how could help tackle some of its most pressing problems, such as the spread of misleading news, but executives say the social network first needs policies to guide how best to apply such capabilities.

3 Facebook Scams You Need to Watch Out for This Christmas

‘Tis the season to be jolly, but Facebook is a serious threat to your enjoyment of the festivities. No, we’re not moaning about how the social network gobbles up time or depresses you by showing you how well everyone else is getting on. Show More Summary

Twitter Adds Conversation Ranking, Direct Reply Count to Mobile Apps

A feature Twitter introduced on desktop in June 2015 has finally made it way to the social network’s mobile apps.

Justin Bieber Says “Instagram Is For The Devil”

The pop star spoke about the evils of the social networking app during a recent show.

Game on! Facebook’s Messenger wants you to play

San Francisco - For users hooked on to Facebook's Messenger app, it's game on. The social network on Tuesday rolled out a feature that allows users to play hugely popular games such as Pac-Man and Space Invaders, the company's latest...Show More Summary

Facebook Creative Hub Opens Its Doors

The Facebook Creative Hub that the social network announced at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity in June is now available to “the entire global advertising and marketing community.”

Facebook Tries to Hook Users Longer With Games in News Feed, Messenger

Facebook launched a new way to play games on the social network and in its messaging app, the latest effort to get people to spend more time in its ecosystem.

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