All of Taylor Swift’s albums have been removed from Spotify and other streaming music services, in an escalation of the artist’s previous policy of “windowing” her new album releases.
There are two types of people in the world: those who have never heard of Slack, and those who can’t imagine life without it.
Robert Hannigan has said that social media sites like Facebook and Twitter help terrorists.
A study by iPass suggests that in four years time we will have more Wi-Fi hotspots than we know what to do with.
The creator of the famous graphic novel updates fans with more details on the Luke Evans reboot / retelling.
Two respected engineers at Twitter plan to resign, CNBC has learned.
Suicide prevention charity Samaritans is mining Twitter for signs of people “struggling to cope”, with the aim of alerting their friends and advising them on how to provide support.
Facebook’s revenues topped $3.2bn in last three months as the social media giant increased its share of the mobile advertising market, the company announced on Tuesday.
Taylor Swift’s album 1989 has been out for 29 hours now, enough time for it to shoot to the top of the iTunes album chart and for any right-minded person to have played it up to 28 times on loop – unless they’re a Spotify user.
What if Twitter ends up letting you make 10,000-character tweets? Well, why not?
Facebook’s habit of experimenting on its customers has again led to anger, following allegations that it deliberately broke its app for a small number of users to see what they would do.
Did Facebook jump the shark once parents and other "old" people got on it? Drexel University student Josh Weiss weighs in.