There are two types of people in the world: those who have never heard of Slack, and those who can’t imagine life without it.
Robert Hannigan has said that social media sites like Facebook and Twitter help terrorists.
A study by iPass suggests that in four years time we will have more Wi-Fi hotspots than we know what to do with.
The creator of the famous graphic novel updates fans with more details on the Luke Evans reboot / retelling.
Two respected engineers at Twitter plan to resign, CNBC has learned.
Suicide prevention charity Samaritans is mining Twitter for signs of people “struggling to cope”, with the aim of alerting their friends and advising them on how to provide support.
Facebook’s revenues topped $3.2bn in last three months as the social media giant increased its share of the mobile advertising market, the company announced on Tuesday.
Taylor Swift’s album 1989 has been out for 29 hours now, enough time for it to shoot to the top of the iTunes album chart and for any right-minded person to have played it up to 28 times on loop – unless they’re a Spotify user.
After recent criticism of Twitter’s plans to start showing tweets in people’s timelines from accounts that they don’t follow, the social network has stressed that it will “always be a real-time network”.
Half of all YouTube views are now coming from mobile devices, according to the chief executive, Susan Wojcicki.
Twitter has deleted more than 125,000 accounts linked to terrorists since mid-2015, the company announced, offering some of the most detailed insight yet of how Silicon Valley is collaborating with western governments in its fight against Islamic State.
Facebook has squandered trillions in potential productivity.
It’s a smaller world after all: Facebook has challenged the conventional wisdom that there are six degrees of separation between everyone on the planet.