As the fictional Sean Parker might put it: ‘A million people logging in to Facebook on a single day isn’t cool. You know what’s cool? A billion people’.
Google has described the European commission’s antitrust case against its search engine business as “wrong as a matter of fact, law and economics” in a lengthy counter submitted to the regulator.
It's official—Apple will hold an event on Sept. 9.
Treyarch, the LA-based studio behind the Call of Duty: Black Ops series, first revealed its plans for the third game in the series back in April.
Do you think it is OK to use your phone while eating? How about to make call in a restaurant? Or to take a photo at a family meal?
Two of the UK’s most prominent children’s websites, Moshi Monsters and Bin Weevils, have been rapped by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) for promoting paid subscriptions to their players.
Silicon Valley startups basking in billion-dollar valuations may face a long-overdue reckoning as a result of the global panic set off by roiling Chinese markets, investors and analysts have warned.
The first UN privacy chief has said the world needs a Geneva convention style law for the internet to safeguard data and combat the threat of massive clandestine digital surveillance.
Two’s company but three’s a crowd according to dating app Tinder, which has launched a legal bid to kill off a rival app aimed at people looking for threesomes.
Facebook has apologized for banning a photo of a plus-sized model and telling the feminist group that posted the image that it depicts “body parts in an undesirable manner”.
Snapchat is raising about $200 million in a financing round that may put the social media platform's valuation as high as $22.7 billion, TechCrunch reported, citing sources.