Target also revealed holiday sales were boosted by online shopping.
After years of public barbs and private talks, Internet rulers may start to regularly pay publishers for their content.
Twitter suspended the president, Facebook and Instagram blocked him indefinitely and YouTube plans to penalize election disinformation.
Many event organizers and companies are planning for in-person events in 2022, but there are still some notable holdouts.
Facebook cleans up pages and removes “likes,” allows more WhatsApp data sharing and integration and hints about upcoming smart glasses.
Facebook and Google apparently agreed to help each other in ad tech … and antitrust defense.
Facebook’s ticked off about an upcoming iPhone update that will muck up ad targeting, and the spat’s gone everywhere.
The commission wants to know what Facebook, Snap, TikTok, YouTube and others do with people’s data. Plus, why is Amazon on this list?
The Federal Trade Commission is asking a court to undo Facebook’s acquisition of Instagram and WhatsApp.
The Trump administration accuses the tech giant of favoring H-1B visa workers over American candidates.
The tech giant revealed that it’s buying “omnichannel” CRM business Kustomer.
A Live Shopping test event led to an increase in online sales in August, according to Givenchy Beauty.