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Inside the rise of TikTok, the video-sharing app with 1 billion downloads that’s owned by a massive Chinese internet company

Here's how TikTok got its start from a Chinese tech company, and how it's grown into a wildly popular platform with over 1 billion downloads.

Shopee now has a live streaming feature for sellers who want to entertain

More live product demonstrations and reviews coming your way.
Facebook chief technology officer Mike Schroepfer.

Facebook’s CTO is so shaken by the scope of the social network’s problems that it has made him cry

Executive Mike Schroepfer teared up during a New York Times interview when discussing the pressure he's under to sufficiently monitor Facebook.
Guy Rosen, Facebook vice president of integrity.

Facebook is dialling up punishments for users who abuse live video after the Christchurch massacre

Facebook is also investing $7.5 million in research to solve the problem of edited videos slipping past its automated systems.
Jovan Hill, a 25-year-old New Yorker, made livestreaming his job.

‘Why go to work?’: A 25-year-old New Yorker gets $4,000 a month in donations from his social-media followers and says he makes more money ...

The New York Times profiled a 25-year-old New Yorker who makes a living livestreaming his daily life, which includes smoking weed on camera.

We compared the 11.11 promotions of major sites in Singapore – here’s who has the most types of deals

According to Iprice, more sites were offering in-app games this year compared to last year.

Meet the people making a living live-streaming their niche hobbies, travel adventures, and everyday lives on Twitch

Twitch, the Amazon-owned live-streaming network for gamers, has become home to a widely-expanding network of artists, comedians, podcasters, musicians, athletes, cooks and social media influencers, all looking to make a living through live-streaming.

Twitter’s new Apple TV app lets you watch NFL games for free without cable

Twitter's new app for the Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Xbox One lets anyone watch NFL games and other video Twitter has the rights to stream on its platform.

YouTube is finally focusing more on live-streaming

YouTube will let viewers leave live comments — though it doesn't have an equivalent to Facebook's emoji reactions or Periscope's little hearts.