• For Engagement, Marketers Prefer Instagram
    Per a new report, Instagram is becoming the No. 1 social-media platform when it comes to engagement for brands.
  • Facebook's Platforms Face Another Exec Departure
    Neeraj Arora, Chief Business Officer at WhatsApp, announced his plans to depart on Monday,
  • Tumblr Lost Place In App Store Due To Child Porn
    A child porn problem is to blame for Tumblr losing its place in the App Store, last week. Worse yet, the Oath-owned social network didn't reveal the issue until CNet's Downoad.com blew up its spot.
  • Millennials Favor Amazon, Authenticity
    A survey finds millennials still live up to their reputations as tech-driven, authenticity-obsessed consumers.
  • Facebook Slammed For Past Myanmar Sins: Inciting Violence, Cultural Divisions
    Business for Social Responsibility (BSR), an independent nonprofit with expertise in human rights practices and policies, conducted a report and concluded Facebook wasn't doing enough to safeguard the social network.
  • Will Twitter Eliminate 'Echo Chambers' That Stoke Hateful Views?
    Cesar Sayoc -- suspected of sending homemade bombs to Democratic leaders throughout the country -- was an avid Twitter user. Twitter helped him connect with like-minded ideologues who reinforced radical views.
  • Instagram Remains Popular With Teens, Their Most Used Platform
    Some 85% of this key demographic use Instagram at least one a month, just edging out the 84% who use Snapchat on a monthly basis.
  • Users Wary Of Bots, But Businesses Utilize Them In Customer Communications
    Messenger is awash in the automated software applications. More than 200,000 bots were now live on the service -- and they're becoming the preferred means for businesses to communicate with customers.
  • Video Ads Prove Revenue Generators, Brand Builder For Social Media Platforms
    In this country, YouTube now derives 73% of its ad revenues from video, while Facebook dominance in the category continues.
  • Facebook Ups Protections Against Bullies, Harassers
    Some 59% of teens say they have been the target of online bullies, while 63% say it is a major problem for people their age. Facebook is rolling out new tools to give users more control over how people interact with posts.
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