Are you sitting down? OK, here goes. Facebook is making changes to its News Feed. But maybe some will take comfort in this: It's actually going back to what used to be familiar to its users — a year ago, Read More →
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After pressure from advocacy groups, Facebook and Instagram today unveiled new policies on illegal gun sales enabled by interactions on the social networks.
We wrote in January that Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in Read More →
Yahoo will stop letting people sign into its services with their Google or Facebook credentials, in a move that carries both symbolic and financial implications for Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer’s attempts to re-boot the struggling Internet pioneer.
In coming months, Yahoo Read More →
Can LinkedIn succeed where others American Internet companies have been blocked? We're talking China, where the Mountain View company has added a Chinese-language website.
The social networking service for professionals has actually had a start in China, where it's had a Read More →
After being named Word of the Year by Oxford Dictionaries in 2013, the selfie is now grabbing even more of the social-media spotlight. Word comes today that academics have been busily studying the self-photograph that's become all the rage of Read More →