Music Unlimited to make way for the popular MP3 app on PlayStations 3 and 4
Support is to cease for two prominent Vita applications
When Facebook goes down it’s a serious issue: bored office workers are bereft of distractions, children are obliged to talk to their families, media executives cry over lost traffic and nobody gets poked … (no seriously, that still exists).
Snapchat is aiming to become much more than a social media app by making content from the likes of Vice Media, Cosmopolitan magazine and CNN available to users.
Taylor Swift's personal twitter account was hacked on Tuesday.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo is hustling to show investors just how quickly he can follow through on the promise of innovation he made at the company's investor day back in November.
Social media sites, including Facebook and Instagram, appeared to be briefly down on Tuesday morning in Europe and the United States, with the outage affecting desktop and mobile sites.
Last week was Davos week, the time of year when 2,900 movers and shakers (only 17% of whom are women, incidentally) congregate in a small town in Switzerland to talk the talk.
SunTrust analyst Bob Peck is hearing more rumblings that Google may be interested in buying Twitter.
WhatsApp can finally be used on something other than a smartphone: a desktop web app.
Instagram just hit a major milestone: It now has more than 200,000 monthly active advertisers paying to reach its 400-million-plus active users.
Twitter has received a much needed vote of confidence from its chairman Omid Kordestani who yesterday picked up almost $2m worth of shares increasing his stake by 30 per cent, it's been revealed.