Facebook has eliminated this Thursday 265 accounts in the social network and Instagram, both Facebook pages and events and groups for irregular behavior.
Line, the popular Japanese messaging app, has announced the launch of Stories on its platform.
More and more companies are deciding to open a corporate account on Pinterest.
If you have ever burned with the desire to know which people have seen your WhatsApp profile picture, we tell you what options exist with respect to this section and what red lines Zuckerberg’s have to know it.
Earlier this year LinkedIn reported a record of more than 610 million users and, since then, the platform has not stopped growing.
For the first time Instagram shows stories in its “Explore” section. The incorporated stories will be selected through an algorithm based on the preferences of the user, especially in relation to the accounts that follow or to those that I like.
Twitter has announced the release of some of its functions for Tweetdeck.
Tonight the Eurovision Festival is held, the most important televised musical event in the world, which will enjoy more than 200 million viewers and which, traditionally, also becomes the most talked about televised show on social networks, especially in countries like Spain.
Facebook again introduces new variables in the algorithm responsible for ordering the contents that are shown to each user.
Attention stalkers and all those who tend to “gossip” the profile picture of their contacts on WhatsApp (and even save it on the spool of your mobile phone, with the intention that it is) because the messaging application may prevent that possibility soon.
Seeking to fight against the wave of misinformation and conspiracy theories that have stalked the subject of vaccines, Twitter has implemented a new function that redirects users to awareness pages when they do a search on vaccines.
After the Cambridge Analytica scandals, Facebook announced the launch of a tool that would allow users to remove all the history of data contained in the platform.
Instagram has announced the closure of Direct, its independent instant messaging application.
Facebook had been considering for several weeks the possibility of restricting the use of its live content broadcast platform, Facebook Live, to users who did not comply with the employment rules of the social network, something that had already been announced by Sheryl Sandberg, head of Operations of the company, as possibility in a letter published in the New Zealand Herald newspaper.
It seems that in the end Instagram will implement more stringent measures to avoid the buy-sell of “likes” and followers that, until now, has been a usual practice on the platform.
Some Twitter users have been unable to access their accounts for more than a year. The reason? They opened them when they were less than 13 years old.
WhatsApp, the famous messaging app, has been attacked by cybercriminals as a result of a vulnerability in their calling system.
Facebook has announced a salary increase for its US employees. The measure, which will be applied in mid-2020, may soon be extended to workers from other regions internationally.