YouTube has this week opened a new ‘YouTube House’ pop-up in New York, which includes a range of different elements of focus for YouTubers and showcases the various aspects of the platform’s offerings. As you can see, YouTube House includes dedicated areas for YouTube TV, YouTube’s recently expanded TV-alternative offering, YouTube Gaming, virtual reality,Read More →

  In an effort to curb anti-vaccination conspiracy theories and misinformation, Facebook announced Thursday it will no longer recommend the offending pages and groups, and will block advertisements that include false content about vaccines. The company will also stop recommending anti-vaccination content on Instagram. The tech giant rolled out itsRead More →

Twitter Monday agreed to appoint a nodal officer to work closely with the Election Commission ahead of the general elections after a parliamentary panel asked the messaging platform to address issues such as political bias and foreign influence on a real-time basis. While Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, like the previous meeting, skipped appearanceRead More →

Indian activists have petitioned a parliamentary panel to summon the heads of US tech firms including Facebook and Alphabet’s Google and question them on issues ranging from tax compliance to data privacy. The petition, sent by a group that previously dragged WhatsApp to court and a right-wing political activist, comes a day afterRead More →

Revving up its hardware efforts, social networking giant Facebook is now planning to build its own Augmented Reality (AR) glasses, TechCrunch reported. “Yeah! Well of course we’re working on it,” Facebook’s AR Head Ficus Kirkpatrick was quoted as saying on Thursday at TechCrunch’s AR/VR (virtual reality) event in Los Angeles. “We are buildingRead More →