Twitter Goes ‘Lite’ With Progressive Web App, Why is Twitter Targeting...

Twitter has launched a "Lite" version of its main app. Only, this isn't a full-fledged desktop application or a traditional mobile app: it's a...

Facebook’s WhatsApp Moving Quickly to Capture India Digital Payments Market Share

Facebook has long been playing hide and seek with the WhatsApp monetization question. But we all know that it was always a question of...

Facebook Furiously Rides Internet and Mobile Penetration Growth

Facebook's growth over the past several years has been so fast that a lot of us didn't take notice of how things have moved...

$3 Billion and 3 Years Later, Palmer Luckey Leaves Facebook’s Oculus...

Palmer Luckey, a founder of Oculus, now owned by Facebook, has left the company nearly two months after a federal court trial over accusations...

The Facebook Request that Turns into a Money Scam

If you've never heard of the Facebook cloning scam, please read on. This tricky trick is so simple yet so effective that even law...

Twitter Considers Premium TweetDeck for Power Users, New Analytics and Alerts...

Twitter seems to be giving new look and reviving Tweetdeck, the app for business users. According to The Verge, users are already sharing a...

Social Media Giants Served Ultimatum by EU Commissioner: Change Your Terms

The growth of social media usage around the world has brought some unwanted side effects along with it: the proliferation of scams, fraud, hate...

WhatsApp Miscalculated Big Time on Retiring Old Status Feature, It’s Back

When WhatsApp replaced the old Status feature with a more Snapchat-Stories-like status functionality where the content disappears after 24 hours, little did they know...

Fake News is on World Wide Web Inventor Tim Berners-Lee’s Mind

The World Wide Web celebrated its 28th birthday yesterday, but instead of cheering its approach towards its third decade in existence, its inventor -...

Facebook Launches City Guides, a Competitor to Google Trips?

Facebook appears to be following in Google’s footsteps with the newly launched City Guides, which reminds us of Google’s own Google Trips. The only...