Snap Files For IPO While Twitter Struggles
The company formerly known as Snapchat is going public.
The announcement is the latest in Newegg's efforts to bring Indiegogo-funded products to market.
The FBI released its file on a series of death threats, bomb reports, and other harassment by people claiming affiliation with Gamergate.
Facebook updated the interactive guide as part of its efforts to teach people how to use its website.
Google took down more than 1.7 billion malicious ads in 2016 and permanently banned 200 publishers from its platform for spreading "fake news" in November and December.
Facebook temporarily banned the RT media outlet from posting images, videos, and links to articles on the social network as the result of what appears to have been a technical malfunction.
The FTC accused Qualcomm of using the popularity of its baseband processors, which are used to manage connections to wireless networks, to weaken competitors and bully manufacturers.
With declining subscription revenues and waning consumer interest, App.net's co-founders announced plans to completely shut down the platform on March 14.
Facebook Live received browser support, analytics, and other features meant to make its video-streaming platform more appealing to broadcasters.
Opera released a new "concept browser" called Neon to showcase its vision for the future of the web.
AT&T revealed plans to field test 5G wireless networks, expand high-speed internet access, and trial a technology which could offer multi-gigabit wireless internet access via power lines in 2017.
The "Holiday Hero" badge will be awarded to any member who responds first to 25 Unanswered question type threads from December 19 to January 8.
Canada's government announced that it now considers broadband internet a basic telecommunications service to which all Canadians should have access.
Vine will live on as a video-recording tool used to publish six-second loops via Twitter or saved to a smartphone's local storage.
Facebook built a "brand new, faster, and easier-to-use" camera into the standalone Messenger apps.
FCC chairman Tom Wheeler announced that he plans to step down on January 20--the exact same day that Donald Trump is expected to be inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States.
Facebook announced a new Parents Portal where people can learn about the social network and get advice on how to keep their children safe online.
AnandTech soundly beat Tom's Hardware in the 2016 Folding For Charity competition. Wait till next year!