In May 2018, Facebook made one of the largest internal restructurings in the history of the company.
Nine years after its launch, Pinterest, the platform of images and virtual boards, announced last Friday its Initial Public Offering (IPO).
Instagram grows at a rate much higher than other social networks and, in the last five months has added 100 million new users. So much so that the social app of photographs – and much more – already has more than 1,000 million active users per month.
In its fight to combat misinformation, hoaxes and false news, WhatsApp is testing a new feature that will show users the number of times a content has been shared.
Connecting with a LinkedIn user is relatively easy, or at least trying. Just send him a contact request and wait for him to accept it.
The biggest security scandal that Facebook has faced in its 15-year history, which jumped into the public light just a year ago, continues to flicker.
Since its inception, back in 2010, one of the main features of Instagram, which made it stand out from the rest of applications, was the possibility of applying different effects to the photographs that were uploaded.
How will social networks evolve in 2020? The near future promises a rise of social media, with a greater focus on social commerce and a growing role for Generation Z.
Sometimes the simplest tasks are those that resist us most and, at a given moment, make us wonder how to do them even though we are advanced users of a social network.
New security scandal around the social network Facebook. The company has stored hundreds of millions of users’ passwords in plain text, without encrypting, leaving them uncovered and accessible to anyone with internal access to the files.
Instagram launched this week the possibility that companies can sell directly in the application, allowing users to make payments by credit or debit card without leaving the application.
WhatsApp launched WhatsApp Business, an independent application with specific functionalities for businesses and companies, more than a year ago, in January 2018. It did so only for mobile phones with an Android operating system and pointed out that the iOS version would arrive “soon”.
Facebook is going to carry out a reform of its rules of advertising use to prohibit companies from segmenting advertisements promoting a job or granting a credit, for example, only for men (or women), or just for users of a certain age or residence zip code.
Twitter is now 13 years old. On March 21th, 2006, the first messages were launched through Twttr, the microblogging service created by an American software developer, Jack Dorsey, now CEO of the company.
Facebook has launched a new functionality today in Facebook Messenger, something simple that already incorporate other tools of instant messaging such as WhatsApp.