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Snapchat update lets you add colorful stickers to your snaps

Twitter May Remove Links and Photos from 140-Character Limit
Since shortly after Twitter launched in 2006, users of the microblogging site have generally been limited to tweets of no more than 140 characters each.
GCHQ Launches Own Official Twitter Account

Facebook developing camera app similar to Snapchat: WSJ

A Sprawling Network of Startups Pops Up in Uber Wake
While Uber to most of its users is a convenient way to get across town, the ride-hailing behemoth is more like a blank canvas to young entrepreneur James Bellefeuille.
Uber starts motorbike taxi service in Indonesian capital
Ride-hailing app Uber on Wednesday launched a motorbike taxi service in the Indonesian capital where Southeast Asian rivals Go-Jek and Grab are already battling for dominance.
Facebook-Ticketmaster partnership lets you buy tickets right from your news feed
Facebook’s latest e-commerce business partner will be music to the ears of concertgoers.
Facebook programs computers to describe photos for the blind

Studies Show Young People Choosing Messaging Apps Over Email
Two new studies making the rounds this week help confirm a trend that many young people already consider a no-brainer: email use is outmoded and messaging apps are where it's at.
Fidelity boosted estimated value of Snapchat by 62 percent in February
Fidelity Investments boosted its estimated value of free mobile messaging app Snapchat by 62 percent
Twitter Marks 10th Birthday Searching for Followers, Profits
Happy birthday, Twitter!
Facebook executive released from jail in Brazil
A senior Facebook Inc executive was released after nearly 24 hours in a Brazilian jail due to a disputed court order demanding data from the company’s WhatsApp messaging service for a confidential drug-trafficking investigation.
Social reputation app Peeple launches

Social reputation app Peeple launches

Zuckerberg in Germany: No place for hate speech on Facebook
Mark Zuckerberg conceded that Facebook didn't do enough until recently to police hate speech on the social media site in Germany, but said it has made progress and has heard the message "loud and clear."
Facebook To Start Putting Ads in Messenger

Instagram To Fight Hackers with Two-Factor Authentication

Are your friends killing your social (media) life?

Social Media Mistakes That Could Cost You The Job
HR Managers Say Posting Negative Comments Is Most Common Deal Breaker