Twitter is giving the Internet its Valentine's Day present early this year by introducing a Lolcatz language option. The for-fun new feature lets you turn your Twitter accounts settings into a place of wonder, merriment, and indecipherable, adorable speak.
After regulators in Ireland and Germany took Facebook to court over its face recognition technology, the social network has backtracked and pulled the feature as well as promised to get rid of the data. The Irish and German DPC have independently confirmed…
The Stanford-based StartX accelerator introduced us to a handful of startups during its Demo Day event on Thursday. While many startups showed their stuff, we've picked out the five ideas that really wowed us.
Facebook Connect took out all if not most Facebook integrated Websites and the issue sheds light on the inherent dangers of today's connected Internet. Did we put all out eggs in one basket too soon, or are we OK to depend on the social network's…
Instagram was once the darling of Fashion Week, but the new GIF-like Vine is falling in with the stylish event. Is the Twitter-owned app simply profiting from the platform's promotion, or is it riding the same wave of event-related success Instagram once did?
Starting today Twitter's search results will display tweets older than one week, and rounds out the features needed for a full-fledged search engine. As the microblogging platform continues to iterate, it's clear that social search is just within its reach.
Apple punishes Vine for porn slip-ups by slapping a 17+ user rating on the fledgling social network. Is the new R rating fair, especially given the debauchery some other youth-targeting apps that don't sport the restriction?
Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube all want your eyeballs locked to their ecosystems when it comes to video. But Telly wants to be the one place you'll need for finding video you and your friends are sure to enjoy.
The fifth 500 Startups accelerator batch took to the stage during yesterday's Demo Day – and there were a handful of standouts among the various new, hopeful businesses. Here are the best startups of 500 Startups fifth Demo Day.
A Massachusetts father has agreed to pay his daughter $200 if she stays off Facebook for at least five months. A contract drawn up by the pair shows that Paul Baier will take full control of his daughter's account, while the cash will be paid in two…