The peaceful transition of social media power is complete.
An SEC filing says Yahoo CEO Mayer will leave the board when the company’s sale to Verizon closes.
The ride-hailing company’s long-term plan is to convince people to give up car ownership in favor of Lyft subscriptions.
The White House released its plan for preserving President Obama’s social media archive.
Time for some goat theory.
Messenger keeps shipping, adds its most requested feature ahead of the holidays.
A small test of Facebook’s AI could lead to a bigger role for M, its virtual assistant.
If you focus on Spectacles, Snap (formerly Snapchat) looks great. But challenges beneath the surface could turn pre-IPO hype to post-IPO hardship.
Tech companies agree to share information to combat terrorist content on their platforms.
Societal norms dictate phones should not be out during the Thanksgiving meal. Push back.
As Facebook attempted to capture the fast-moving energy of the news cycle from Twitter, and shied away from policing political content, it created a system that played to confirmation bias and set the stage for fake news.