Instagram’s new Hyperlapse app has made it possible for users to create high quality timelapse videos using their iPhones.
Paramount has planned dates for its Terminator sequels.
‘The New Fragrance From Xbox’ has top notes of Destiny
Social media David and Goliath? Ironically, the start-up that helped make Twitter into a news and photo-sharing powerhouse, is closing over a trademark dispute.
Each character will cost £10.99 and the first set is made up of twelve figures ranging from Mario, Link, Pikachu and more.
Streaming music service Spotify says the aptly-named Summer by Calvin Harris was its “song of the summer” this year, after its users streamed the track more than 160m times since its release in June.
Twitter may be looking to move away from its trademark chronological feed towards a more Facebook-style filtered feed, according to comments by the company’s financial chief Anthony Noto.
The social media giant went dark for many users Wednesday afternoon, though it was back for most within about 20 minutes.
The largely unsuccessful war to rid YouTube comment sections of spam and trolls has claimed a high profile victim: Swedish gamer Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg.
HITC looks over the latest gimmick to hit cinema's
Mobile app Pooductive sounds like a silly gimmick: a smartphone app for messaging and playing games with strangers while sitting on the toilet.
Spotify is to offer staff up to six months’ parental leave with 100% pay as part of a global policy it says recognises the importance of “a healthy work-family balance”.
Google is stepping up its defense of YouTube users who find themselves on the wrong side of a copyright claim, the tech company said on Thursday.