Facebook has announced its new suspension policy after its oversight board had asked it to review Trump's indefinite ban decision. Per this new rule, Trump's block will continue till January 2023.
Windows 11 released to the Beta channel still has broken Taskbar and Start menu
Facebook has announced that it's embarking on a journey to reduce the amount of politics-related content users see in their News Feed. Tests will begin in select countries this week.
Facebook has improved its automatic alternative text feature to help describe photos to the visually impaired. It now detects photo contents ten times better and gives better descriptions.
Facebook has announced that it'll introduce hardware keys that can be purchase in stores or online and linked to accounts to boost their security. It'll freely send them to high profile users.
Facebook's Neighborhoods aims to allow users from a locality to create profiles and private groups, making it easy to share information and communicate privately. It is now in limited testing.
Facebook is showing a warning to users that its old interface on the desktop will be going away in September. This will mean users are forced to use the new minimalistic design introduced this year.
The video conferencing software has seen a surge in users resulting from lockdowns across the globe. Resultantly, millions globally have turned to the app to work and socialize during the crisis.
Twitter has revealed that hackers attempted to match phone numbers to Twitter usernames. It said the hack may have been state-backed, possibly being linked to Iran, Israel, or Malaysia.
Twitter has announced a new feature called Topics. With Topics, Twitter suggests relevant subjects in the timeline and search for you to follow, making it easier for you to keep up with developments.
Facebook is extending the Watch Party experience beyond online videos on the platform to live TV shows, beginning with sports events. It's also adding a new capability to share music with friends.
The social networking site, Gab, has come back online after Epik decided to do business with it. Epik's founder did say, however, that Gab must monitor and "lightly curate" posted content.
The social network, Gab, has taken down one of its user's posts despite its motto "Speak Freely". Microsoft, which hosts the site on Azure, asked the site to remove content that had been flagged.
Facebook is rolling out a new feature to groups on its social network, allowing members to connect so they can teach and learn from each other in matters relating to the topic of the group.
The business-oriented social network is introducing a series of new features for its built-in messenger, including file attachments on mobile devices and an emoji picker on desktop computers.
A new privacy-oriented social network called Openbook has gained the support of notable security experts. The firm is due to launch its KickStarter on Tuesday to raise funds to build the new network.
Facebook continued to provide a select group of 'whitelisted' companies user data after it had allegedly stopped in 2015, according to a new report. The company questioned the accuracy of the report.
Facebook is testing a new video hub which contains a vast library of gaming videos curated based on creators and games people follow as well as the pages they like or groups they belong to.
Facebook has announced that it will record ad revenues in the countries where they were sold instead of in Dublin at the company's international headquarters. Experts remain skeptical, though.
Scientists from Indiana University have systematically studied how fake news spread on Twitter for the first time. Also, they have created two online platforms available for the general public.
The microblogging service released its latest financial statement earlier today, reporting revenue that beat Wall Street's expectations but the company failed to increase its monthly active users.
Security researcher Leigh-Anne Galloway has disclosed a massive flaw in Myspace's account recovery page, that allows anyone to gain access to any account just by knowing the person's birthday.
Facebook has taken a "small step" to reaching its goal of bringing the world closer together, hitting two billion users. Everyone will get a personalised video with nifty stats in their feed soon.
Facebook is attempting to crack down on misinformation with a pop-up alerting users when they're about to share 'disputed' content. The site stated last year it would begin flagging fake news stories.
Microsoft's experimental Socl network never really got off the ground and still to this day is considered a research project. But its days are numbered as it's shutting down next week.
Twitch is looking to keep streamers and watchers on its platform by integrating a Twitter-like social feed into its service. Users will be able to follow their favorite streamers on the main page.
Facebook has relaunched one of its old features: Marketplace. It allows users to post items for sale, and find what others nearby are selling. Crucially, this is only for users, not companies.
Myspace has become the latest subject of a data leak, with over 427 million passwords up for sale in the online underground. Passwords were not stored securely, using old, compromised standards.
A report from Facebook shows that the company was not suppressing conservative news in its Trending Topics. The report was accepted by the US Senate commission that was investigating the company.
One of the pioneering social networks on the internet, Friends Reunited, will close down in a month citing uncovered operational costs and out of date user information.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has indicated that the company will abolish its 140-character limitation after a recent report that the company may allow up to 10,000 characters per tweet.
A new report claims that Twitter is looking to increase the character limit per tweet from 140 characters, to 10,000. These changes are expected to arrive by the end of March.
Twitter has announced an updated rules page in its latest attempt to stem abuse on the platform. The new rules include more actions which could lead in a ban from the service.
After Facebook's implementation earlier this year, Twitter has begun notifying users who have potentially been the target of state-sponsored attacks against their accounts.
Microsoft has announced Cortana now provides integration with global professional network, LinkedIn. The update provides information on the people you are meeting and begins rolling out today.
Facebook's Menlo Park HQ is sure to be buzzing on the announcement that potentially one in seven people across the world used the social networking service in a 24-hour-period alone.
Facebook wants you to buy merchandise directly on its pages, so it's currently testing out a new feature with select retailers. If the features works well, it might soon show up everywhere.
Google+ is finally being killed off and its organs are being donated to other projects. So far, Photos and Streams have been spun off into a separate product, while Hangouts is expected to follow soon
The world stepped into the age of cyber warfare not too long ago, digital weapons have become much more destructive than physical ones. The British army intends to use this fact to their advantage.
Twitter's recapping feature is now going live for almost all of its users on iOS, Android and the web. The "while you were away" feature aggregates popular or important tweets you may have missed.
Twitter is rolling out new features left and right and it looks like the company has big plans for its video service even going as far as building a direct competitor to Google's YouTube.