Duolingo’s social media coordinator on their big green owl, the “Wendy’s effect” and changing the voice of brands online.
The editor in chief of the music site talks about virality versus hooks, how musicians make a living and the future of criticism.
The app can cause certain products to blow up overnight, Vox's internet culture reporter Rebecca Jennings says.
Pedestrian and bicycle-safety advocates want to rewrite the federal manual to reduce its bias toward cars.
Warner Music's quarterly report shows that social media and gaming platforms are increasingly important to the industry.
The wildly popular video-sharing app may be the beginning of a new era in Chinese tech.
In addition to the bans on downloads and updates, users in the U.S. won’t be able to make payments through WeChat.
The Commerce Department says, starting Sunday, neither app can be downloaded or updated in the U.S.
The wildly popular app relies on algorithm-based customizing that's helped glue users to their screens.