Ever wondered what the presidential debate might look like painted in the style of Edvard Munch’s “The Scream”? Here’s your chance to find out.
BuzzFeed News sat down for a wide-ranging interview with the CEO of Instagram for its sixth anniversary and looked back on the slew of changes the company has made to its product in recent months.
250,000 merchants can now offer their customers the opportunity to browse and buy products in Facebook Messenger.
As value of quality online video rises, one app bets that its competitors will pay it to create video for them.
Google’s new smart speaker, available for pre-order today, ships November 4.
New code words hide slurs from social platforms, and many tweets using them express support for Donald Trump.
The social platform’s temporary suspension of several Palestinian journalists’ accounts is its latest “error,” with no policy change in sight.
I swapped Tinder accounts with a female co-worker. Then Tinder’s data team reviewed our performance. Here’s what we learned.
Allo brings AI more intimately into your life than any other tech product. Are you ready for it?
How a few hard-partying, bearded bros are challenging established business formulas one viral video at a time — and printing money doing it.
Don’t want to see comments with certain words? Now you don’t have to.
Facebook says it removed the September 11th Anniversary topic entirely after it promoted a conspiracy theory claiming bombs took down the Twin Towers.
It doesn’t have Twitter’s hundreds of millions of users or Facebook 1.7 billion, but Gab.ai is attracting conservatives as an alternate social platform.