The Zuck Doctrine: The Facebook founder has announced a plan to more actively use his platform’s power to intervene in people’s lives in real ways. BuzzFeed News talked to him about the role his company plays in a changing world.
All the apps, hacks, habits, and products that made our lives a little better in 2016.
“I think he’s going to change everything that he says he will”
It’s Tarheels and hasid all the way down.
New water-resistant iPhones, the end of headphone jacks, Nintendo comes to iOS, and more.
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.
BuzzFeed News talked to Google’s vice president of virtual reality, Clay Bavor, to find out all about the company’s new Daydream virtual reality platform and the Daydream View headset.
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“The Republican Party, and Donald Trump in particular, is running on a zero-sum vision.”
The new feature will let people post pictures and videos that disappear after 24 hours, and never appear in the main Instagram feed.
The Facebook-owned company and Brazil’s judiciary have been locked in an epic struggle for months now.
BuzzFeed built a news-gathering bot for the convention. If you’re in Cleveland — or watching at home — try it out! Here’s how to get it. Bleep, bloop.
The company hints at plans for improved photo storage, organization, and sharing.
The tech billionaire says he only recently learned of Thiel’s role in financing a series of lawsuits against Gawker Media.
It’s more like a public Slack room.
Facebook threw the company behind a massive push to add a slew of new features to its Live video as it takes on Snapchat, Periscope, and traditional television itself. Get ready to broadcast.
You may not know him by name just yet, but he’s one of the most powerful people alive. Google’s new CEO Sundar Pichai wants to bring the internet to the rest of the world, all while winning back your trust.
“We are working hard to ensure passengers everywhere can get a safe, reliable ride, as well as to provide great customer service when things go wrong,” notes Uber.
A growing list of tech giants is vowing to file friend-of-the court briefs, defending Apple’s position that the company should not be forced to hack into a confiscated iPhone.