Yahoo’s having a rough week: after barely patching together its email services, Flickr went down for a portion of Thursday.
Instagram has announced its newest feature: private messaging, called Instagram Direct.
Twitter launched a new feature that adds images and video previews to a user’s timeline automatically, a move that is clearly designed to appeal to advertisers — but will it wind up irritating more users than it attracts?
A new report from Pew Research shows that more people than ever are creating and sharing photos online.
You don’t always have to use a social media account to communicate to all of your friends and family. These iOS tips will have you sending group messages to a specific list of contacts in no time.
Amid confusion about privacy, Snapchat releases a blog post to clarify the accessibility of the app’s data.
One of the most popular things we do with our smartphones is taking pictures. There are a few new tricks when it comes to photos in iOS 7 and the new iPhones.
Facebook has partnered with Shutterstock to bring good-looking stock images to its flagging ad stacks.
Instagram has launched a new feature that allows users to share short video clips — but photos and video are very different animals, and the audience for the latter may not be as large as Instagram thinks. It definitely doesn’t include me.
Yes, it includes filters like every other photo app, but it also allows for a quick succession of shots to be taken. Then there’s a grid for helping to more easily select the best shot taken and best filter.