A recent report shows falling user interaction rates on the red-hot social network. Is this a sign that Instagram is already losing steam?
It won't generate headlines the way stellar growth on the top and bottoms lines do, but this metric is is an important measure of Facebook's long-term success.
Two big players in social media are courting news publishers with new offerings. What's behind these moves?
It has ambitious plans for growth around the globe, and this little-known app may help Facebook achieve its goals.
Research is shedding new light on how fast we process what we see on our smartphone screens.
Fraud is a billion-dollar problem plaguing the digital ad market. The industry's biggest player is working to clean things up.
The social network aims to both satisfy advertisers and make for a better smartphone app experience.
While investors focus on how well Sirius XM continues to add subscribers and grow revenue, it's easy to forget that the company is sitting on a very valuable asset that it's yet to put to use.
As it shifts its focus from new-car buyers to used-car owners, Sirius XM sees a new runway for growth. But will that growth come at too large a cost?
Some big names in news are happier with an updated version of Instant Articles, and Facebook now has plans to roll the platform out to publishers operating on a smaller scale.
As publishers sign on to Facebook's Instant Articles platform, the social network is showing signs of its emergence as a bigger source of delivering hard news.
Smaller businesses have been warming to Facebook's ad platform.
Digital advertising remains a murky world, where fraud lurks and measuring effectiveness has been elusive. Facebook wants to win over skeptical companies.
As Facebook shifts its focus, publishers who have to come to rely on the platform for traffic are forced to change accordingly.
Competition for advertisers is heating up in the world of social media, and Twitter has yet to stake a claim to its territory.
Verizon is reportedly considering a name change for at least some of the AOL services it acquired last year. It may already be overdue.
A Homer Simpson video targets local advertisers. The market is huge, and big digital players such as Alphabet and Facebook are eyeing an increasingly bigger share.
A move to separate the all-in-one News Feed into multiple channels could make for a more pleasant user experience -- and translate to bigger revenue.
The King o All Media's radio show will call Sirius XM home for another 12 years. But what will happen in video and interactive may prove to be bigger news for the company.
Facebook has made changes to its Instant Articles platform to help attract publishers, but there's still ample reason for the latter to be wary.