Facebook’s move to prioritize updates from loved ones sends shock waves across brands, publishers and investors.
There were twice as many video chats in 2017, resulting in 17 billion real-time, digital tête-à-têtes.
The luxury brand plans to take the virtual assistant to Europe and Japan, and to WeChat and Line.
A new three-part research series from Facebook IQ drills into shopping behaviors across apparel, footwear and more.
The social giant reported third-quarter sales gains, but the company said it will spend more on security.
Daan Vervoort won the ironic, social contest launched on Oct. 5 and visited the company’s headquarters in Breganze, Italy.
On the heels of #Hashoff’s latest report on the segment, the company’s president and cofounder Joel Wright discusses transitions in the field.
The ceo went to Hearst for a chat.
The beauty industry is still largely unregulated, but the FDA is going after companies where it can.
The European Union wants to overhaul a fragmented, outdated tax code that favors digital operators.
Wal-Mart, Amazon and many others are renewing their support for permanent legislation aimed at helping young immigrants gain citizenship.
Google’s Chrome browser takes aim at autoplay media, while Facebook tests a new “snooze” feature.
“The digital side is their biggest challenge.”