Snapchat. Poke. And now Wickr. Self-destructing messages are here to stay. The thing is, they've been around forever. Why has this kind of communication captured our smartphones?
Facebook is making use of its Face.com acquisition after fixing some technical difficulties. It started rolling out facial recognition for photos.
Path has admitted to its privacy violations and settled with the FTC in a deal that includes an $800,000 penalty and privacy audits for the next 20 years.
A new product called ReviewerCard lets you use your online clout to get better treatment by businesses. is the gut reaction to call this unfair or justified?
Facebook was discovered to be testing out an emotive status update, which could help the network gauge your interests in real-time.
Facebook Gifts launched its own gift card program with the Facebook Card, which nips at the heels of existing third-party gift card services like Gyft and Wrapp.
Despite major success in fighting spam accounts, Facebook still has more than 76 million "fake" user accounts, according to its fourth quarter 2012 earnings report.
Sift, the mobile email driven shopping app, has raised a seed round and hired a director of UX to prep its expansion into gamification and social.
Evernote has introduced significant new features to both Hello and Penultimate, with the latter now being offered for free from the Apple App Store.
If you're into lists, you're going to love what Foursquare has just cooked up.
With the aim of giving photos and videos on its microblogging site more presence, Twitter announced several tweaks to its service on Wednesday.
Facebook now has more mobile users than desktop users, and its revenue has jumped 40 percent over last year. But it's net income is down 79 percent, causing Wall Street to punish its stock in after-hours trading.
Vine? Meet Tumblr. In a move that should have been stunningly obvious, one developer has crafted a new browser plugin to let you share the Vines you see online on your Tumblr.
Dropbox wants to frebrand itself as a content storage platform, and the client has fittingly added file previews, photo albums, and social photo sharing.
Be careful of what you publish or like on Facebook, now that just about everything about you can easily be discovered on Facebook's Graph Search.