On this episode of News Cycle: new Superzooms on Instagram, Activity Status (what it is and how to turn it off), and Nike takes a stand.
On this episode of News Cycle, IHOB flips back to pancakes, Hooters is getting a reduction, and Lyft wants to help get people voting.
Follow/Unfollow is not cool. You might be a victim and you better not be a culprit...
Ready your...uh...smartphones because Pokemon Go creator Niantic has announced that they are working on a Harry Potter Augmented Reality game.
We're not playing around about this story - The National Toy Hall of Fame (yes, that's a thing) has released its list of 2017 inductees.
Is Google on to something with their cheeseburger emoji or is it blasphemous? The Internet, of course, sounds off.
Papa John himself blames the NFL protests for slipping sales resulting in a special delivery of Twitter shade from DiGiorno.
What would anger you more - someone bullying a high school student or a Whopper, Jr? Burger King tackles this question in their new ad.
The Legend of Zelda Encyclopedia Deluxe Edition is so realistic, you'll be tempted to blow in to it and cram in your NES.
Facebook is testing placement of Pages and Publishers on a separate feed and NOT on News Feed. Does this mean Facebook will become "pay to play"?