Reddit has hired Andrew (Drew) Vollero as its first CFO as the company prepares to go public.
Slack is the latest company looking to cash in on Clubhouse’s popularity, with plans to include similar features in its own app.
Facebook has announced a platform to help writers and journalists monetize their content at a time when news and media are under siege.
Twitter is testing a new feature that will let users watch YouTube videos in-line, without leaving the Twitter conversation.
Shortly after reports that Discord was investigating a sale, a new report says that Microsoft has emerged as a front-runner in the discussions.
WhatsApp, Instagram, Facebook Messenger and Facebook apps experienced a significant outage Friday afternoon.
India is asking a court to block WhatsApp from sharing data with Facebook, saying the change violates local laws.
In the latest test of its moderation efforts, Facebook is cracking down on posts praising the Atlanta shooting.
YouTube is rolling out a major new feature designed to protect content creators, warning them of potential copyright issues during upload.
Google and Microsoft are duking it out over the future of the news industry, at a time when both companies are under scrutiny.