The rumor mill that Dick Costolo’s time is running out continues to churn.
A trove of email correspondences between Snapchat executives including Sony Pictures CEO Michael Lynton were leaked as part of the Sony Pictures hack.
The CEO of Quora and first chief technology officer of Facebook sits down with BuzzFeed News to talk about where Quora and the broader internet is headed in 2015.
Adam D’Angelo wants the world to share its knowledge on the Internet. But can Quora grow beyond Silicon Valley and convince every human to do just that?
Zuckerberg held another Q&A session today to talk about Facebook and his personal life.
In March, it was 200 million people.
Games running on Facebook’s platform are alive and well, Facebook game partnerships head Dan Morris tells BuzzFeed News. The company even has a hall of fame for its newest hits.
The company said it was rolling out search updates to its iOS and desktop versions starting today.
The Microsoft co-founder and one of the world’s richest men lists his favorite reads of the year. Note: Not all of them came out in 2014.
The company said it was rolling out “offers” today for Twitter advertisers.
New mobile apps launched by Facebook’s Creative Labs have mostly been busts. Facebook Product Manager Josh Miller says it’s a learning process.
It looks like Twitter’s finance chief Anthony Noto thought he was messaging another Twitter executive about buying a company. Anthony Weiner, a prominent victim of the DM Fail, was quick to step in and offer support.
Today, Dropbox said it was rolling out some new tweaks for its business service. But it has a long way to go.
The company said WatchKit, its development tools for the Apple Watch, was rolling out today.
The company launched a standalone Groups app. Still, the company has no plans to break it out of the main Facebook app.
The company is cracking down on posts from brand pages that it says are “too promotional.”
Earlier this year, Facebook implemented a review of apps that use Facebook login. Here are the results.
Facebook pushed users to download Messenger earlier this year by removing messaging functionality from its main app. The strategy worked.
Twitter employees may feel a bit perturbed that their well-liked leader was roughed up in a Wall Street Journal article. But regardless, Costolo and his team still need to figure out what Twitter really is.
Facebook product manager Greg Marra explains the user research behind its new approach to the company’s most heavily trafficked feature.