Just two days ago, there was a consensus, of sorts, around Twitter’s predicament. Its stock had fallen 44% over the course of the year, partially because of a drop-off in the number of new users it was getting each month.
Snapchat, the loss-making company behind a disappearing photo messaging service, is reportedly in talks with investors that could value the business at $10bn.
Shares in Twitter rose sharply on Tuesday, after the company beat analysts’ expectations with higher-than-expected revenues and user numbers.
Reddit, the social news site which bills itself as "the front page of the internet", is to redouble its efforts on advertising as part of a drive to make the most of its 114 million monthly users.
What’s white, male, straight, and occasionally hangs out with Asian guys? Silicon Valley.
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After so many years of economic gloom, it’s nice to have some good news. On Thursday, such tidings came in the form of a surge in the valuation of Facebook, which climbed to more than $192bn in the wake of good first-quarter earnings.
Wikipedia has been forced to ban users inside the US Congress building from making edits to the collaborative encyclopaedia, after at least one member of staff began trolling the site.
Game of Thrones Emoji are on the way with everything from the Iron Throne to Dragons eggs
Some PSN users could receive free games and PlayStation plus subscriptions.
Favourites – we use them for a myriad of reasons. Favouriting a tweet could mean “I like this tweet”, or “good point”, or “this is fun, but not enough to retweet”, or “I acknowledge your communication, but can’t be bothered to reply”, or “the conversation is ending now, but on a positive note!” Also, the favourite is a great bookmarking tool.
I am not sure what a low-key billionaire is supposed to look like, but I’m certain that’s the look Jack Dorsey was aiming for when he opened Twitter’s developer conference last month.
Facebook is testing an artificial intelligence (AI) feature that will allow it to answer questions about a photo, a feature aimed at helping blind people "see" images uploaded to the social network.