Some industry observers are asking whether the post-inauguration tweets that President Trump is sending from his personal Twitter account may be subject to the same Presidential Records Act standards as official presidential communications.

Spending on mobile ads is expected to reach how much by 2021?!

Google recently banned 200 publishers from its AdSense network for either publishing fake news or impersonating real news organizations by using shortened top-level domains such as .co instead of .com.

Perhaps due in part to the fake news phenomenon, most Americans do not trust the news that they read on social media platforms, according to a recent study.

In an effort to keep users on the site, YouTube is testing an in-app messaging platform that allows users to chat about and comment on YouTube content.

Interested in how your brand can best respond to the complaints dissatisfied customers lodge on Twitter? Take a cue from Dippin’ Dots’ savvy response to the new White House Press Secretary’s multiple disses of the company’s product.

An artificially intelligent algorithm that can easily be adapted for smartphones might detect skin cancer moles as effectively as a dermatologist.

A recent study reveals that the United States has more immigrant inventors than every other country combined.

Google just made it possible to view an instantaneous Japanese-to-English translation by holding your smartphone in front of the relevant text.

These tools can help you to take a look beyond your personal social media bubble and understand how the other half thinks.