SnapChat has settled a long-running lawsuit with its co-founder, Frank “Reggie” Brown, who had accused chief executive Evan Spiegel and chief technology officer Bobby Murphy of unfairly removing him from the company.
Twitter has taken tentative steps towards e-commerce, introducing a “buy” button to some tweets for the first time.
Your Facebook news feed may be stuffed with friends taking the ice bucket challenge, but the charitable craze has been hugely popular on YouTube too.
The social news platform Reddit has banned pages which allowed users to view, post and share stolen images of celebrities.
New Paving Technology Could Extract Clean Energy From Traffic
Instagram’s new Hyperlapse app has made it possible for users to create high quality timelapse videos using their iPhones.
Paramount has planned dates for its Terminator sequels.
‘The New Fragrance From Xbox’ has top notes of Destiny
Social media David and Goliath? Ironically, the start-up that helped make Twitter into a news and photo-sharing powerhouse, is closing over a trademark dispute.
Each character will cost £10.99 and the first set is made up of twelve figures ranging from Mario, Link, Pikachu and more.