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For some time, Facebook (download for iOS or Android) users have been able to create fundraisers on the social media site and raise money for non-profits. Often, Facebook matches pledges to motivate people to donate.
Now, Instagram (download for iOS or Android) is getting on board by making charitable giving easier. Tipster Jane Manchun Wong spotted the social media site testing a donation sticker feature for Stories.
Wong's screenshots on Twitter indicate that you'll be... Read More »
NBA Digital, along with the NBA and Turner Sports, is teaming up with Facebook to make all NBA, WNBA, NBA G League and NBA 2K League game recaps available on the social network.
Now you can watch recaps from every game of the season on Facebook Watch, the social network's platform for videos and live-streaming events. The episodes will include the Summer League, preseason and the playoffs.
There will also be weekly and monthly Watch Parties that let fans watch... Read More »
The social media site has been developing a "News Camera," according to code uncovered and tweeted by app researcher Jane Manchun Wong. The new camera feature apparently will be accessible by swiping left from the home screen and let you add Snapchat-style captions to photos, videos and live... Read More »
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If you're tired of swiping right, developers of the East Meets East dating app, Kenji Yamazaki and Mariko Tokioka, have a new dating app for you to try.
The live-streamed two-part game has three rounds, and... Read More »
There are dozens of dating apps to choose from whether you're hoping to find the love of your life or a casual fling. Bumble (download for iOS or Android) and Tinder (download for iOS or Android) are two of the most popular.
Spotlight, like Boost, lets users pay for their profile to get extra views. Moving... Read More »
Less than a month after announcing the LOL meme hub, a humorous app aimed at high school kids, Facebook is giving the new feature the ax.
Instead, the social media site is restructuring its "youth team," the organization that builds products and features for young people, according to a report from Recode.
Does your Twitter feed spark joy? Depending on how active you are, you might have a substantial list of people you follow. And if you've had an account for a long time, you might not interact with or see the tweets from everyone you follow.
Marie Kondo's new Netflix show Tidying Up attempts to teach viewers how to organize their physical spaces, but now you can tidy up your virtual spaces too. Designer Julius Tarng created the Tokimeki Unfollow... Read More »
In an interview with podcast host Joe Rogan, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said that the social media site is still considering adding an edit function.
Dorsey said Twitter is also considering a 30-second delay in posting a Tweet. This would give users a window to fix typos.... Read More »
Keeping up with what your kids are doing on their smartphones can be challenging. Having control over endless information might make kids feel like they're more mature than they really are. And when your kids create a presence online and develop friendships, odds are they're not going to want to share that life with you.
So if you let your child have privacy online, is something bad going to happen to them? And if you ask to see what's... Read More »