In the same way that you can share a photo or a video in a personal profile on LinkedIn, from now on users can also make publications by sharing documents, PDF files, PowerPoint presentations…
For years we have published an updated infographic periodically with what happens on the Internet in the 60 second period.
Twitter is studying the possibility of adding specific tags to the tweets of public figures that do not meet their usage rules.
Today, Google, the social network that Google launched in 2011, is finally closed. Last year, the company had already announced the end of the platform in a post.
LinkedIn has published a comprehensive guide on audience targeting in the application, for advertisers and their users.
The Cambridge Analytica scandal marked a before and after in the history of the Internet.
Sexting is an increasingly common practice, favoured by new forms of communication.
Facebook has incorporated a new feature that allows the user to know why certain content appears in his news feed and authorizes him to manage the publications with which he interacts on the platform.
After the New Zealand massacre, in which 50 people were killed in two mosques in Christchurch while the killer retransmit the events live through Facebook Live, the social network acknowledged that he should have done more to avoid this kind of situations.
Facebook is testing a new feature to its mobile application that allows the user to react to a post by clicking on it. Responding to a photo or video will be easier and faster from now on.
YouTube has finally completed the YouTube TV expansion throughout the US television market.
Jack Dorsey, current CEO and co-founder of Twitter, promised in January the arrival of a “darker” dark mode in response to the complaints of some users, who considered that the night mode of the social network was not everything dark what should it be?
Facebook has introduced modifications in the way it will manage the ads with political content to prepare for the general elections on April 28th, as well as the elections to the European Parliament to be held in the month of May.
Spotify, the music streaming company, has launched a new type of subscription in trial mode that will allow couples or roommates to share the payment of their premium content.
After several months of modifications, Gmail finally enables the customization of the swipe actions, that is, the actions that allow you to swipe the screen in the inbox of the app.