Good news, Twitterers; you can now search through each and every public tweet sent since 2006.
Snapchat users can now send friends money as well as messages with Snapcash. The team behind the ephemeral messaging app has teamed up with payments service Square to allow cash to be sent quickly and easily from within the main app.
PhotoTime, a new photo management apps for iOS, uses image and facial recognition technology to automatically tag and organize your photos. While not perfect, the app works as advertised.
Heirloom is a new mobile app for digitally scanning, storing, and then sharing print photos, without the pain of using a traditional desktop scanner. The clever tech has the job done in seconds, so photos can be privately shared with friends and family.
Facebook is reportedly planning to launch a work-friendly social networking site that it hopes your boss will actually encourage you to use. It's thought 'Facebook at Work' will compete with services such as LinkedIn, Google Drive, and Microsoft Office.
For its latest campaign, British Airways taps into the expat communities living in the U.S. and Canada, and documents one woman's emotional journey back to India. The airline has also launched a related travel contest on Twitter.
It's not the first time Facebook has led to the arrest of a suspect, and it won't be the last. But the fact that alleged murderer Eduardo Rodriguez had been on the run for 10 years must have left the L.A. cop who found him feeling particularly satisfied.
CEO Yishan Wong didn't just disagree with Reddit's board of directors over a proposed new office location. There's a bit more to the story than that.
Google has launched a standalone messaging app for Android 4.1 Jelly Bean devices and above, though if you're happy with Hangouts, you can probably give Google Messenger a miss.
Facebook has launched a new feature that lets you say "thanks" via a video card. The tool lets you quickly create a card using themes, past photos, and posts that "represent your friendship," with the final product landing on their timeline.
Pictures of the Eiffel Tower taken at night are beautiful, but they also violate copyright laws. Anyone who posts pictures of the Eiffel Tower illuminated at night could be fined.
You'd think making a gesture as grand as buying 99 iPhones, arranging them in the shape of a heart, and then proposing to your girlfriend standing in the center would be a sure-fire winner, right? Sadly, you're wrong, and this man found out the hard way.
Facebook Messenger has been mired in controversy since the social networking giant cut messaging from its main app, pushing users to download its standalone offering. Despite the fuss, the user base has more than doubled since April and now stands at 500m.
Our obsession with smartphones is a mounting problem, but not for the reasons many think. Its got nothing to do with privacy, or connecting with our fellow humans, and everything to do with giving these devices the opportunity they need to kill us all.
If you don't like changes to your Twitter timeline then look away now: CEO Dick Costolo says the platform is considering adding the option to focus on particular topics from the people you follow.
In his first public Q&A with the Facebook community, Mark Zuckerberg said he understood that having to load up a separate app for messaging was "painful" for some users, but that the move was essential to offer the best service possible.
We speak with OK Go about its newest video for "I Won't Let You Down," which employs hundreds of extras, robotic scooters, and drones to show us something we've never seen before.
If you send regular messages using WhatsApp, you'll like this new feature. From now, the tick marks which appear under your messages will turn blue once the recipient has viewed it.
Startup company Breakr is claiming responsibility for the #AlexFromTarget viral meme, but both Alex From Twitter, identified as Alex Christopher LaBeouf, and the person alleged to have start the meme have denied any affiliation with Breakr.
Did you happen upon a gallery documenting the exploits of ItsLavishBitch, an Instagramming rich kid? We dig into who's behind the account. With a little Catfishing and some light digging, we were able to discover that the boy who bathes in cash might not be…
Algorithm-based music services are a dime a dozen - and so are the explanations behind their machine learning technology. But how do these players really line up? What sort of music do they discover? We're breaking through the code-speak to explore the songs…
You’ve been infected. Just now. This morning, I bet. You’ve already been exposed to 17 amazing things that you will love, a quiz to find out which of your favorite TV characters you most closely resemble, and the one shocking thing you didn’t know about…
If there's something you'd love to ask Mark Zuckerberg, now's your chance. The founder and boss of the world's largest social networking site is set to host Facebook's first public Q&A session on November 6, with the entire event livestreamed.
Thursday Market is a new online, social referral network which connects you with local firms, when you need a specific job done. The crucial difference is, the results are based on recommendations made by your friends and neighbors.
Reddit has entered the crowdfunding space with Redditmade. While specifically geared towards subreddits that want to make official merchandise, anyone with a Reddit account can launch their own campaign.
The U.S. Forest Service is warning visitors of Taylor Creek in South Lake Tahoe to stop taking selfies with feeding bears. Although capturing the perfect bear selfie may be tempting, it is dangerous.
Facebook's Q3 figures may have pleased investors on Tuesday, but CEO Mark Zuckerberg's comments that "aggressive" investing was necessary for the company to achieve its long-term goals ended up pushing shares down.
Twitter said Monday its user base expanded to 284 million during Q3. However, with user growth showing signs of slowing, Twitter's CEO said the service needs to work more quickly on implementing new features and tools for users and advertisers.
After nearly seven years in operation, Twitpic has finally closed its doors to new uploads. Its huge archive will live on however, thanks to a last-minute deal struck with Twitter itself.