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Epic is about to bring Fortnite Chapter 2 to a close with a finale event that will see squads of players battle to take down The Cube Queen.
Spotify is reportedly introducing a TikTok-like vertical video feed with music videos songs in a new dedicated Discovery tab.
Last week, WhatsApp beta users spotted a new feature in the app that lets them create custom stickers on WhatsApp desktop.
In the latest episode of Creator Insider, YouTube has announced that it is now letting creators reuse details from previous video uploads.
Reddit is integrating Dubsmash's video editing abilities into its camera, supercharging video capabilities for Redditors.
The holiday market will feature AR experiences from Coca-Cola, Hollister, Prime Video, Under Armour, Verizon, and Walmart.
TikTok has announced that it is making its TikTok TV app available on more big-screen services across the US and Canada starting this week.
Research from Cambridge University researchers shows that polite suspension warnings are more effective in reducing hate speech on Twitter.
Twitter is the latest major social media platform to launch live-stream shopping experiences, beginning with a Walmart Cyber Week broadcast.
CommunityToks underline the platform’s capacity to facilitate and promote community engagement around specific topics and niches.
Later conducted a study analyzing 18M Instagram feed posts and found how many hashtags maximize reach and engagement on Instagram.
Facebook is removing identity verification requirements and "Paid for by" disclaimers for social issue ads that comply with three criteria.
NFT owners wanting to show off their prized possessions will soon be able to add their NFTs as their profile images on Twitter.