Here are the best and funniest viral videos of the year. From Complex News.
Twitter needs your help! The company is looking for feedback on what it can do better int he news year. The company's CEO Jack Dorsey took to the site writing, "Following in the footsteps of Brian Chesky: what's the most important thing you want to see Twitter improve or create in 2017? "With the hashtag Twitter2017. According to website CNET the most response has been to be able to edit your Tweets once published, Dorsey has also been directly engaing with fans on social media site as well. He even requested further details when one user made a fairly vague suggestion. From .
Facebook and Facebook Messenger are still the most popular apps in America, according to a report by Nielson.
Google owns and operates the five most popular apps after the two Facebook apps.
The Facebook app has over 146 million subscribers.
Google's apps YouTube, Google Maps, Google Search, Google Play and Gmail trail Facebook.
Instagram, Apple Music and the Amazon app are the bottom three, according to Nielson.
From Wochit Tech.
The once-sold out toy of the season, Hatchimals, made some unlucky children burst into tears this Christmas. A slew of children's furry little friends refused to hatch. From Business Insider.
Attorney Erin Ehrlich and Attorney Emily Compagno on whether social media companies should be held accountable for terrorists’ actions. From Fox Business.
There seems to be an almost universal consensus that this year was pretty awful when it came to the news, but we also had lots of weird stuff on the internet to cheer us up. From a frog riding a unicycle to a gorilla that will live on forever in our hearts and our Twitter feeds, 2016 was jam packed with memorable memes. Here is a look back at the best of the bunch. From Tech Insider.