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YouTubers Haley Pham (left) and Hannah Meloche, two self-described VSCO girls.

The summer of the ‘VSCO girl’ may be over, but retailers and the VSCO app itself are still reaping the benefits of the craze that swept Ge...

Gen Z introduced a new term into widespread acceptance this summer: VSCO girls, teens heralding a basic aesthetic and taking over the internet.
Companies with Silicon Valley offices are expanding into San Francisco to cater to millennial, city-dwelling techies.

Inside dating app Tinder’s new San Francisco office, where teams are devoted to studying Gen Z and employees are served tasty local lunches thro...

Caviar-catered meals from local San Francisco restaurants, massage rooms, and stocked kitchens are some of the perks afforded to Tinder employees.
Companies with Silicon Valley offices are expanding into San Francisco to cater to millennial, city-dwelling techies.

Inside dating app Tinder’s new San Francisco office, where teams are devoted to studying Gen Z and employees are served tasty local lunches thro...

Caviar-catered meals from local San Francisco restaurants, massage rooms, and stocked kitchens are some of the perks afforded to Tinder employees.

The wildly popular TikTok app is becoming an unlikely place for women to talk about infertility and reproductive health — and it’s a clear...

OB-GYNs and women seeking infertility solutions have found a home on TikTok, where informal videos help them connect and educate.

The life of TikTok head Alex Zhu, the Musical.ly cofounder in charge of Gen Z’s beloved video-sharing app

Here's everything we know about Alex Zhu, who's in charge of heading up TikTok as it navigates scrutiny over its relationship with China.

Teens are using TikTok as a new way to come out to friends and family, and it shows how vital the app is becoming to Gen Z’s LGBTQ community

TikTok has become a popular place among LGBTQ teens, many of whom are not out to friends and family but have found a community online.

Instagram was missing some of its most-loved features when it launched in 2010 — here’s what it looked like back then

Instagram didn't always have features like stories and messages — but it did have likes from the very beginning, and now they're being phased out.
A protester makes a gesture during a protest on June 12, 2019 in Hong Kong, China.

TikTok chief says political content is allowed on the viral video app as long as it’s ‘creative and joyful’

TikTok has caused concern in the US over allegations it censors content at the request of the Chinese government, including political videos.

Apple is rolling out 3 new health studies, and anyone with an iPhone can participate — here’s how to sign up

Apple rolled out a new app called "Research," which allows iPhone users to participate in years-long health studies that track data from their phones.

Instagram is now experimenting with removing ‘likes’ worldwide

Instagram expanded its test of removing likes to the US this week, and now, the experiment is going global.