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Apple, Google, and Microsoft are committing to expanded support for the FIDO standard to bring a passwordless future.
Twitter is now allowing all advertisers to use its new Tweet replies ad placement, for app install ads, on iOS and Android.
Facebook announced that Group Effects are now available in Messenger video calls and Messenger Rooms; will soon be coming to Instagram.
Facebook is launching new initiatives for Horizon creators, including a new $10M Creator Fund to support the creator and developer community.
Swiss luxury watchmaker TAG Heuer is about to drop a Super Mario-inspired limited edition Wear OS smartwatch.
Snapchat is introducing its first-ever practice-based certification as part of its Snap Focus ads certification courses.
After months of speculation, Nintendo has finally announced pricing and specs of the upcoming OLED Model of its Switch gaming system.
According to reports, ByteDance is making TikTok's AI technology available for other companies to use in their own services.
Pinterest has announced an update to its ad policies, prohibiting all ads with weight loss language and imagery.
TikTok is increasing the maximum length of videos that users can upload on its platform, from 60 seconds to three minutes.
After announcing support for multiple security keys in March, Twitter now lets you use one as your only two-factor authentication method.
Facebook has announced Bulletin, a new publishing and newsletter subscriptions platform open to a small group of US creators.
Microsoft has announced that Xbox Cloud Gaming now runs on Xbox Series X, more PCs, and Apple devices.
YouTube TV has announced a new 4K Plus package that offers 4K playback and offline downloads bundled together.