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What do Bill Nye and Bombay Sapphire have in common? Not much, except the new ready-to-drink Bombay Sapphire & Tonic.
Apple believes bringing iMessage to Android would hurt its business and uses the service as a way to "lock-in" customers.
Facebook has spent more than $23 million to guarantee Mark Zuckerberg's security in 2020, as revealed by a SEC filing this week.
Welcome to the new edition of our 10 most talked-about TV ads on social media: Google does it right again.
Twitter held acquisition talks with Clubhouse with a deal value of around $4 billion, according to reports from Bloomberg.
Facebook Hotline is a slightly different take on Clubhouse that puts more power in the hands of attendees who can upvote questions.
The new TikTok Video Editor makes it easy for advertisers to easily and effortlessly create native TikTok video ads.
Pinterest has launched its first B2B campaign aimed at advertisers in the US, the UK, France, Germany, Canada, and Australia.
adidas Originals and South Park are teaming up for the release of the Three Stripes' 4/20-themed sneaker this year.
In the US, Facebook has begun testing Venmo-like QR codes to facilitate peer-to-peer payments using its app.
Epic Games is expanding its integration with other platforms with a new feature that lets Fortnite players stream their gameplay to Houseparty.