"It does appear to be more like a spy in a pocket rather than an app to help make an informed decision who to vote for," one security commentator told Newsweek.
"While we recognize we have more to do, these results suggest we are moving in the right direction and have systems in place which continue to lead our industry," one Facebook executive said.
The apparent right-wing account exodus comes after a profile that created a meme shared by president Donald Trump claimed to have been permanently suspended from Jack Dorsey's platform.
"I think there are signs that the game is changing a bit, and that it might soon become possible that Donald Trump is held to [similar] standards as the rest of us," one academic told Newsweek.
The Richard Branson-founded space tourism company announced today it has signed a Space Act Agreement with NASA's Johnson Space Center—and shares jumped 13 percent in premarket trading.
Milan Lee shared his personal experience in a Twitter post yesterday, detailing how a Mixer manager who was "calling the shots" had once claimed to be a "slave master" during a business meeting.
A social media experiment testing the boundaries of enforcement on the president was restricted on Twitter this weekend as Trump's original post was left alone—and it's not the first time.
The FreeBuds 3i may look like Apple's AirPods Pro, but they claim to offer solid active noise cancelation for a fraction of the price. Budget knock-off or affordable alternative? Here's the verdict.
Doctored footage posted by the president showing a CNN-like chyron reading "terrified todler runs from racist baby" was labeled as "manipulated media" on Twitter. On Facebook, it remains untouched.
President Trump said last year that he is "not a fan" of cryptocurrencies, arguing they are "not money" and "based on thin air."
Millions of users of the popular internet browser are believed to have been affected by a widespread spying and data-theft scheme. Here's what we know.
"We saw accounts from both organizations discussing attending protests in various U.S states with plans to carry weapons," a Facebook spokesperson said this week, confirming the removals.
"This research is flawed in a number of ways and shows a misunderstanding of how Instagram works," the Facebook-owned picture application said.
"For those of you who've already made up your minds and just want the election to be over, we hear you," Zuckerberg wrote in an opinion article this week, announcing the changes to political ads.
"Hedonometer is reflecting Twitter's live blog of societal disruption; the pandemic, pervasive structural racism... not to mention economic inequality," professor Chris Danforth told Newsweek.
"While it makes for a good headline in these already dramatic times, it's not accurate. The reality is far more boring," tweeted Matthew Prince, CEO of internet security giant Cloudflare.
"Never have super-resolution images been created at this resolution before with this much detail," said Duke University computer scientist and team leader Cynthia Rudin.
"This is the first time anyone has used the internet underwater completely wirelessly," said the lead author of a new academic paper detailing the technology, associate professor Basem Shihada.
"Water certainly doesn't hold the same appeal for me or my family that it once did and for now, that's fine. I was lucky once. I won't be testing that luck again any time soon," the teenager said.
A warning notice forced the deletion of a post that remained untouched on the president's own Facebook page, containing the phrase "when the looting starts, the shooting starts."
"We wanted to test a way to improve the health of a conversation... and to see if reminding people to read an article before they share it leads to more informed discussion," Twitter Support said.
George Resch, the man behind the social media brand "Influencers In The Wild," spoke out this week after some people seen in his viral videos were faced with abuse and death threats.
The latest flagship Windows 10 laptop from technology giant Huawei is out now—here's what Newsweek thought of the new 2020 model.
The livestreams, which were viewed by tens of thousands of people before being removed by YouTube, offered a fake "bitcoin giveaway" that promised to double cryptocurrency donations.
"I am committed to listening and learning more about systemic racism and what I can do with my actions and words to help create a more equal and just future," the Microsoft co-founder tweeted.
"We are, first and foremost, standing in solidarity with the Black community in the U.S. that is currently mourning the tragic and senseless death of George Floyd," content moderators said.
The email, from a man named Dave, took issue with Amazon's posts about standing in solidarity with the anti-racism movement fueled by the killing of George Floyd.
"We're getting along well and he's a fun guy," CATL chairman Zeng Yuqun said, referring to Tesla boss Elon Musk. "He's talking about cost all day long, and I'm making sure we have the solutions."
"The violent and hostile scenes officers faced yesterday were completely unacceptable," a spokesperson for the Metropolitan Police said. "It is shocking that a number were attacked and injured."
An analysis of court documents and social media of more than 200 people detained by police during anti-racism demonstrations indicates that "only a handful" had links to organized activist groups.