Twitter has introduced its second set of "hashflags" for users observing Ramadan and celebrating Eid, following from the state-specific flags introduced during the world cup.
For the first time, Facebookis releasing its gender and ethnicity breakdown, in an effort to shed light on a lack of diversity that Silicon Valley companies are increasingly working to address.
North Korea has threatened 'merciless' retaliation if the United States does not ban new comedy film "The Interview".
Facebook's Snapchat clone, Slingshot, is now available outside the US.
Facebook has today released its own competitor to Snapchat called Slingshot to the world.
A mod for the Xbox 360 version of GTA V lets you see things from a first person viewpoint
At least half of the crime calls made to the police are a result of social media according to a senior police officer.
Zero-character messaging app Yo has apologised for getting hacked – and has hired one of the hackers to improve its service.
An 'X' may traditionally mark the spot on a treasure map but, on Saturday, people searching for hidden riches in central London were following cryptic messages on Twitter.
Content-free chat app Yo has been hacked, just two days after it exploded into the public eye.
A confident, assured Jack Dorsey took the stage of Twitter’s annual developer conference in San Francisco and began his new reign with an apology. Two weeks into his reappointment as CEO, Dorsey used the opportunity to try to “reboot” relations with tech community.
Facebook’s iPhone app is consuming large amounts of battery charge even when it is not open, users have complained.
Twitter and Square CEO Jack Dorsey stressed the importance of hiring employees that reflect a company's customers.