Google recently shared key actions and data about its efforts to enforce its ads policies across platforms. How many "bad ads" do you think it took down in 2018?
Google's Jigsaw developed Tune, a new experimental Chrome Extension to help internet users control the toxic comments they see on popular platforms.
Facebook announced new AI-powered detection technology that will help find and remove non-consensual intimate images (aka "revenge porn") on its platform.
As the Los Angeles Galaxy prepare to honor David Beckham with a statue, James Corden seizes the opportunity to pull a fantastic prank. Watch it, this is gold.
WhatsApp is testing a new Google-powered "search image" feature that lets users search for an image, to find out whether it's legitimate or not.
Periscope is toughening its stance on spam further, with an update to its policies and improvements to how it enforces them.
Facebook's 15-hour downtime could have led to a surge of new people signing-up to Telegram, one of Messenger's direct competitors.
Samaritan wants to connect the homeless with the people who usually walk by them without stopping, offering a chance to learn more and give a helping hand.
Twitter introduced its updated camera feature during a keynote at SXSW. Soon you will be able to swipe left from within the app for a full screen camera experience.