• Embattled TikTok Embraces American Democracy
    "We're working with experts including the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to protect against foreign influence on our platform," said TikTok's U.S. general manager.
  • Rep. Nadler: Time To Break Up Facebook and Instagram
    Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg arguably faced some of the toughest grilling and threats by lawmakers during Wednesday's Congressional hearing.
  • Republicans Try To Rope Twitter Into Antitrust Hearing
    Republicans have long taken issue with Twitter and what they consider to its liberally biased content policies.
  • China's Gaming Regs Eating Into Apple's App Store Business
    Apple removed 2,500+ titles from China's App Store in July's first week, losing an estimated $37.4 million in lifetime gross revenue. The losses will grow as more titles must be removed going forward.
  • Twitter Sending Advertisers Message With 'Subscription' Post?
    Thanks to a conspicuous new job posting, Twitter just told the world that it's developing a "subscription platform."
  • Instagram Stories Remains Missed Opportunity For Many Brands
    Considering Stories' strengths, it's not entirely clear why brands and media are not investing more time and money into the marketing channel.
  • Analysts: Facebook Boycott Unprecedented, But Perhaps Futile
    "I still think this is more symbolic and headline-grabbing vs. something Facebook will be overly concerned about," said one consultant.
  • Apple News Gaining Traction Among U.S. IPhone Users
    Over the past four years, the share of U.S. iPhone users relying on the service on a weekly basis has increased from 14% to 29%.
  • Twitter Would Like Users To Be Better Informed
    The company will begin prompting people to read articles before sharing them with followers.
  • 'Radical' Snap Stands Up To Trump
    Snap has decided to stop promoting Trump's account on the Discover section of its flagship app.
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