Instagram is releasing an update to the popular app today. This update comes with a lot of photo editing tools that may mean you’ll never have to use that PhotoShop app again. What’s new?
You may have heard of Facebook’s plans to acquire WhatsApp for a staggering $19 billion back in February. That’s a lot of cash – so much so, the Wall Street Journal said the social media king is protecting itself in advance from antitrust backlash by turning all information regarding the deal over to the European Commission, the EU’s antitrust experts for scrutiny.
Facebook is about to change the company’s privacy settings, again. This time around, new users won’t be subjected to sharing all updates with the world.
LinkedIn and Evernote are teaming up to make your Evernote app even better. A business card addition to the app makes it possible to store business card information. Now, LinkedIn will be adding details to that information by pulling additional details from LinkedIn profiles to add to business card collections.
The social media company got off to a bang with shares as high as $74 in December. The stock has recently slumped to $37.24.
The reason for the stock slump is two-fold. On one hand, Twitter’s growth has been slowing. On the other hand, banks are offering investors conflicting advice where investments are concerned. Should you invest?
Facebook is getting heavy-handed this week. The company is forcing Facebook app users across Europe to install the standalone Messenger app.
LinkedIn has a new publishing platform. The idea is to use the new tool in the same way that you would use a personal or business blog. So, how does it really work?
Google might be more progressive than Facebook. At least where gender identification is concerned. You see, Google Plus let users choose male, female, or “other” since the beginning. Facebook is just catching up – but this social network is taking gender identification options to a whole new level.
What’s your opinion on the issue of facebook’s gender options?