The search giant scoops up Launchpad Toys and its popular make-your-own cartoon app for kids, which is now free to all users.
Twitter excels in capturing the "moment" as events happen, but it isn't great at telling a story. With custom timelines, the company hopes to lure a broader audience by giving it coherent narratives rather than just the raw materials.
Holy moving pictures, Batman! The iconic actors will be lending their voices to an animated feature marking the 50th anniversary of the '60s "Batman" TV series.
ComScore finds 71 percent of Snapchat's user base is between the ages of 18 and 34.
Developed to make video recordings more intuitive and fun, the app lets users edit together various scenes with music and filters.
A new game from Three One Zero takes players on their first space walk. While it'll hit consoles and PC this summer, I'm sold on the game's VR ambitions.
Based on a leaked image from @evleaks, the app would likely let you create stories using your own photos.
I strapped on a VR headset to find out how sound helps fool the brain, and I really wish I hadn't.
As expected, Google unveils its kid-friendly YouTube app, but it's out already on both Android and Apple's iOS.
The popular messaging app, known for missives that vaporize after a set time, will begin serving its users multimedia content from CNN, ESPN, Food Network and more.