Yahoo has closed a months-old bug that let anyone access the name, email and message sent by Flickr users who invited friends to join the photo sharing service.
When you go to meet a hot young tech mogul in his hot young tech office, there are certain things you expect to see: a raw industrial space filled with dressed-down young people, many of whom have beards.
It's time for our weekly roundup of the best new Android apps and games to have emerged on the Google Play store.
The influence Twitter can have on corporate affairs should come as no surprise, the vice president of the micro-blogging website in Asia told CNBC following this week's controversial resignation of Mozilla's CEO.
The idea that people will shift from using native apps on their smartphones to using HTML5 websites offering the same functionality hasn't played out, according to the analytics company Flurry.
Twitter is trying to strengthen its association with real-time TV viewing after acquiring two European social TV firms, Parisian firm Mesagraph and the London-based SecondSync.
Countless schemes have attempted to stop people texting while driving, but none have gone quite as far as public shaming, until now.
Twitter is adding support for posting up to four photos in a tweet and tagging up to 10 people in photos.
Twitter's most retweeted tweet of all-time has vanished from the platform.
Facebook has bought the virtual reality technology firm Oculus VR for $2bn [£1.2bn], it revealed on Tuesday.
Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg built his audience of 39 million YouTube subscribers by playing games. Now he’s releasing his own mobile game: Legend of the Brofist.
Facebook -owned Instagram has hit 400 million monthly active users, making it far larger than rival Twitter, as the social networking site looks to boost advertising revenues from the service.
Facebook acted like the US’s National Security Agency, spying without authority on European users, lawyers representing the Belgian data protection authority said on Monday.