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Google has announced that the older version of YouTube on desktop is being discontinued in March 2020.
Last week, YouTube introduced a "new look" for its homepage on desktop and tablets, bringing longer video titles, larger thumbnails, and more.
After announcing it at F8 in May, Facebook may have finally started rolling out its new desktop layout.
YouTube has been rolling out three changes that give you more control over what videos appear on your homepage and in Up Next suggestions.
When features aren't used as often, they get removed. That's exactly what's happening to Twitter Moments.
Instagram is one step closer to not being "just a mobile app," after the platform added desktop in-browser notifications.
YouTube has announced that its player on desktop will now automatically adapt to a video's aspect ratio and different screen sizes, removing black bars from videos.
IT teams and admins can now manage and deploy Facebook's Workplace Chat more easily with a new Microsoft Installer Package (MSI) launched last week.
Reddit last week announced that is extending its video beta feature that allows users to upload their videos to the platform. Up until now, most users had to rely on third-party services to do so.Reddit …
In February, Google promised that it was bringing us a desktop version of its messaging app, Allo. Now, the time is here. Allo has is finally available in your browser. Allo, Google's new messaging app (and …