People are now buying and selling human organs on Facebook.
Everyone's favorite photo sharing network has added the ability to privately share photos and videos. Here's what you need to know to get started.
This morning in NYC Instagram held a press conference to announce new direct and private photo-sharing features.
Obama administration says it supports a free and open Internet but doesn't have the authority to tell the FCC what to do.
The photo-sharing service introduces the ability to send photos and videos to specific users.
commentary The social photo service's just unveiled Instagram Direct hardly breaks new ground, and really, it was a bit of a disappointment.
Instagram has a new service that lets you send photos direct to people who follow you, called Instagram Direct.
After the company considered opening up its floodgates on direct messaging, the feature is now gone.
The company has not officially decided to adopt a standalone direct-messaging app, but the feature will at the very least become more prominent in its current service.
The microblogging service is apparently testing a feature that would let anyone and everyone following you send you a direct message -- even if you don't follow them.