Facebook has a new children-friendly instant messaging app available as a preview on US iPads, iPhones and iPod Touches, aptly named Messenger Kids.
Twitter is done dodging controversy over account verification, deemed broken by CEO Jack Dorsey himself. Meanwhile, you can now lengthen your display name.
Finally, fi-na-lly, Facebook comments on your mobile device and desktop, Android, iOS and Windows, are fully GIFable.
For £130 or €150, fashion and casual tech enthusiasts in more than a dozen European countries can now finally get their Snapchat Spectacles.
Frames, effects, stickers, easy photo and video sharing, all available for just 24 hours. This Facebook Messenger Day thing sure sounds familiar.
If you're having trouble making or finding Facebook friends, this "Discover People" section currently being tested may help.. if it ever reaches the masses.
Google+ just won't go away... completely, getting several new features (including an old one back) while dropping its "old" look altogether.
After recently cutting its mobile-related losses, Microsoft decided to splash the cash (literally) on world-leading business social network LinkedIn.
Facebook surged to no less than 1.65 billion monthly active users in total in the past quarter, 1.51 billion of which visited the social network on mobile.
Nintendo has launched a hybrid social platform and mobile game and we are all up in it! Click through and find out what Miitomo is all about!
Samsung continues to look at different tech market-innovating angles, including a motion-sensing 4D accessory for Gear VR headsets.