The company launched a standalone Groups app. Still, the company has no plans to break it out of the main Facebook app.
The company is cracking down on posts from brand pages that it says are "too promotional."
Earlier this year, Facebook implemented a review of apps that use Facebook login. Here are the results.
Facebook pushed users to download Messenger earlier this year by removing messaging functionality from its main app. The strategy worked.
Twitter employees may feel a bit perturbed that their well-liked leader was roughed up in a Wall Street Journal article. But regardless, Costolo and his team still need to figure out what Twitter really is.
Facebook product manager Greg Marra explains the user research behind its new approach to the company's most heavily trafficked feature.
Fewer people are paying to play the games made by King Digital, maker of Candy Crush Saga. But the ones that are still around are spending a lot.
Andy Rubin, who oversaw Google's Android division until 2013, has left the company. The Wall Street Journal first reported the news.
The maker of Avatar says he finds virtual reality goggles too limiting when shooting for his virtual-reality heavy films. He made the comments at the WSJD conference.
To be fair, it takes time to grow a company, even one with 500 million users. WhatsApp lost about $138 million in 2013.
Facebook pulled in $3.2 billion in revenue in its most recent quarter. With 1.35 billion users, the company is approaching full internet saturation — except in China, its final frontier.
The company said it had 284 million monthly active users, about in line with investor expectations. The company reported its third-quarter earnings on Monday.
Gabe Trionfi and Pinterest's user research team are tasked with figuring out how people are using Pinterest, now and in the future. Even if it means looking over someone's shoulder.
MTailor is a new app that uses an iPhone camera to figure out your body measurements and sell you fitted shirts. It works really, really well.
MTailor, a company that develops an app to sell shirts that fit well without trying them on, has raised a little more than $2 million in venture capital financing. It isn't the first online-focused retail brand, but the technology behind it is quite different.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo said the company wanted to approach development from the perspective of "what's best for [the developers]." He made the comments on stage at Twitter's first developer conference in San Francisco.
It's the company's first earnings report after Alibaba went public. Naturally, all eyes are on Yahoo's massive $35 billion stake in the Chinese Internet giant.
Leeo, a WiFi-connected device, listens for smoke alarms and sends notifications to the owner's smartphone. But it isn't trying to market to the Silicon Valley crowd.
The company sold 12.3 million iPads in the last quarter, missing analyst expectations of 13 million. But with sell-in rates were down 4% in the last fiscal year, Tim Cook says the long term is still looking rosy.
It was another blowout quarter for iPhone sales, which topped 39 million. The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus launched late September, though iPad sales were another question entirely.