As software updates go, the one coming soon to Facebook appears relatively minor.
Microsoft’s mobile business just keeps calling wrong numbers.
Oh my Glob! Finn & Jake will return for more Adventure Time.
Microsoft announced plans Wednesday cut up to 7,800 positions and take a $7.6 billion write-down on its Nokia business amid efforts to restructure its struggling phone hardware business.
SurveyMonkey, the online survey platform, named Bill Veghte as CEO on Tuesday, effective Aug. 3, and made him a board member. He succeeds Dave Goldberg, who died in a treadmill accident in May.
The 100 largest multi-channel networks (MCNs) on YouTube may have a collective valuation of nearly $10bn, and account for 42% of the online video service’s monthly views.
Facebook plans to invest about $500 million in a new data center in Fort Worth, Texas as it continues to boost infrastructure to keep up with its large user base, the company said Tuesday.
Reddit, the giant discussion forum for everyone from political junkies and comic book nerds to billiards enthusiasts and anarchists, is going through an insurrection – one that threatens the very existence of the pre-eminent social news sharing site.
After a clampdown on offensive discussion boards and the firing of a high profile executive prompted backlash from Reddit users, the interim CEO of the so-called front page of the Internet issued an apology Monday.
Facebook is considering the introduction of a virtual “tip jar”, so users can tip small amounts of money to the pages and people they like most.
Google.com is a “partially dangerous” website that has some pages that may install malware on your computer or try to steal your personal information – says, er, Google.
Snapchat is facing criticism for introducing a Bob Marley filter to its app which pastes the late singer’s face over the user’s, adding cartoon dreadlocks and a cap.