Social network Snapchat is expected to introduce news, video clips and advertisements to its news feeds, a move that its users may not entirely hate if they're presented in the right way, according to one tech expert.
Twitter has officially changed its definition of the’ “timeline” of tweets that users see to include content from accounts that users don’t follow and which haven’t been “retweeted” by those they do follow.
YouTube's come a long way.
Twitter’s latest feature has angered hundreds of users by making tweets they favourite appear in the timelines of their followers like retweets.
Stanford Researchers team up with defence firm Rafael and create 'Gyrophone' a new privacy app.
A strangely comforting take on the classic blocky puzzler
Twitter has suspended an account linked to the Anonymous movement after it wrongly accused a man of shooting Michael Brown, the 18-year-old whose killing sparked protests in Ferguson, Missouri.
The competition starts today in the US with a European contest due in a few weeks.
Anti-Putin activists hacked the Twitter account of Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on Thursday to tell his 2.5 million followers that was resigning from government to pursue freelance photography.
Spotify has added a new way for musicians to make money from its streaming music service, through a partnership with US company BandPage.
Facebook is testing Snapchat-style disappearing messages within its Messenger app in France, offering users the ability to set a message to self-destruct an hour after it is sent.
As anyone who has ever delved into their “Other” inbox on Facebook may know, accepting message requests from strangers is generally a bad idea. But is someone who shares your name truly a stranger?