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Last week Elon Musk threatened to sell “almost all physical possessions” after another dangerous Twitter meltdown that cost Tesla $14 billion.
Facebook has announced that publishers in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and Finland can now register their news Pages on the platform.
Instagram will now start to warn users before they post a "potentially offensive" caption, allowing them to reconsider posting it.
Pinterest has started to roll out Pinterest Trends, a new tool that allows you to see the top US search terms on the platform within the last 12 months.
The co-founder of Wikipedia, Jimmy Wales, has launched WT:Social - a new social platform focused on changing the social media landscape.
Google announced that it will now highlight original reporting in its search results, enabling original news sources to be prioritized and be visible for longer.
Facebook has announced it has expanded its Today In local news section to over 6,000 cities and towns in the US.
Welcome to this week's top social media stories! Instagram started allowing users to post across multiple account at the same time and updated its API to allow for direct video scheduling.Instagram made most of the …
Facebook has announced that its 'Today In' local news section is now available in over 400 cities across the United States.
Facebook announced this week that it's making Facebook Stories ads available to all advertisers globally.