YouTube plans to bundle cable TV channels and offer them via subscription in a service that could launch as early as next year, sources said. The offering would follow up on YouTube's first subscription service, Red, and provide more premium content and ad revenue for the Web and mobile.
Instagram’s answer to Facebook pages, business profiles, are being tested with a small group of users and have been spotted in the wild.
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Twitter has revealed a Connect button on its mobile app to help users find accounts that might appeal to them. The feature recommends accounts based on a user's follow list and enables users to automatically sync their contact lists to connect with people they already know.
Snapchat is at the center of a distracted-driving lawsuit after a teen was accused of crashing into another motorist at 107 mph while using the social network to take a selfie. Critics say Snapchat's "speed filter," which shows how fast a person is moving when a message is sent, encourages dangerous driving. "No Snap is more important than someone's safety," a company spokesman wrote in an email.
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