Facebook’s Instagram photo-sharing service has been treading softly as it experiments with showing advertising to its users, but you can expect to see more commercial messages there in the coming year.
AdvertisingAge reported this week that Instagram has signed Read More →
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 →
It seems like every Internet company needs a drone strategy these days. Just a few months after Amazon announced it was working on using unmanned aircraft for package delivery, word surfaced on Tuesday that Facebook is in talks to buy Read More →