K. Bell, Engadget

K. Bell

Engadget

San Diego, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • Engadget
Past:
  • Mashable
  • Yahoo
  • Cashay
  • The Wirecutter

Recent articles by Karissa:

Twitter Spaces updates makes it easier to share and discover live audio

Twitter’s Spaces is getting another update that makes the audio feature easier to share and discover.. → Read More

Robinhood CEO's plan for the future sounds a lot like a bank

Newly public Robinhood has ambitions to be much more than just a stock-trading app, according to its CEO.. → Read More

Mark Zuckerberg says video accounts for almost half the time spent on Facebook

Facebook users are spending a lot more time watching video, and short-form video like Instagram Reels is growing fast.. → Read More

Twitter tests new shopping features for businesses

Twitter is allowing a handful of brands to place a “Shop Module” at the top of their profiles that links to products their followers can buy.. → Read More

Snapchat’s map now helps you keep track of where you’ve been

Snapchat is updating its in-app map to help users keep track of places they’ve visited, and where they may want to go next.. → Read More

Facebook and Instagram will limit advertisers’ ability to target teens

Facebook is taking new steps to limit advertisers’ ability to reach teens with targeted ads.. → Read More

Biden: Facebook and other platforms are ‘killing people’ with vaccine misinformation

Joe Biden said that Facebook and other social media platforms are “killing people” by allowing misinformation about COVID-19 to spread on their platforms.. → Read More

Why Facebook’s betting $1 billion on creators

Facebook is spending a billion dollars to win over creators as it tries to make up for lost time.. → Read More

Facebook is notifying some users whose posts were removed by automation

Facebook is testing a change that will let users know when their post was removed as a result of automation.. → Read More

US Surgeon General warns that health misinformation is an 'urgent threat'

US Surgeon General Dr. → Read More

Instagram’s latest test is… telling people about the Facebook app

Instagram is running a new test to tell users about another app they might want to check out: Facebook.. → Read More

Twitter is killing Fleets

Twitter is killing Fleets less than a year after launching the Stories-like feature to all its users.. → Read More

Facebook Groups can now have dedicated topic 'experts'

Facebook is starting to roll out a new “expert” label for group members who have expertise in an area related to the group’s interests.. → Read More

Oversight Board says Facebook 'lost' an important rule for three years

Facebook “lost” an important policy for three years and only noticed after the Oversight Board began looking at the issue, according to its latest decision.. → Read More

Facebook test warns users who may have seen 'harmful extremist content'

Facebook is testing new prompts to reach users who may be “becoming an extremist" or who may have seen "harmful extremist content.". → Read More

Twitter considers letting you tweet to 'trusted friends' only

Twitter is thinking about new ways to share tweets with specific groups of people, with "trusted friends" and "facets.". → Read More

Apple’s developer problems are much bigger than Epic and ‘Fortnite’

The Epic v. → Read More

Slack is getting a Discord-like audio feature called 'Huddles'

Slack just became the latest company to embrace real-time audio with Huddles, a new Discord-like feature for chatting.. → Read More

Facebook launches standalone newsletter platform 'Bulletin'

Facebook has revealed its long-rumored standalone newsletter platform: Bulletin.. → Read More

Judge dismisses FTC’s initial antitrust complaint against Facebook

A federal judge has dismissed the FTC’s initial antitrust complaint against Facebook, saying it was “legally insufficient.”. → Read More