Twitter's 140 characters are so passe. The new hotness on the tech scene – for at least the next five minutes – is zero-character communication.
The world’s biggest video game collection containing over 11,000 games has been sold for $750,000 at auction.
A recent ad for Xbox One showing off the Kinect voice commands is triggering people’s consoles.
Unicode has announced that they are to release 250 new emojis - including a fist with a raised middle finger!
The Game of Thrones season finale that aired this week has set a new record for illegal sharing and downloads.
If sending a photo to set the scene isn’t enough soon you’ll also be able to text smells!
Ever imagined what GTA V looks like on Commodore 64?
A key Twitter executive has resigned as the social media company struggles to convince investors that it can attract new users in the US.
A "cross-site scripting" (XSS) vulnerability has been discovered on Twitter's Tweetdeck client, leaving millions of users open to account hijacking and more.
City centre traffic brought to a standstill at times today.
“I had a moment when I was talking about quantum television,” said Dan Biddle, Twitter UK’s director of broadcast media partnerships, as he perched in a meeting room shortly after his company’s keynote at the Mipcom conference in Cannes.
Facebook has taken another step toward its goal of making it easier for brands to reach customers and drive sales on mobile devices.
Staff at Facebook’s UK arm took home an average of more than £210,000 last year in pay and bonuses, while their employer paid just £4,327 in corporation tax.