Social Media
Social Media

Twitter debuts Moments, its editor-curated news stream

Twitter's newest feature offers a simpler way to view the constant flood of information hitting the service. It's hoped that the editor-curated news streams, called "Moments," will help ease newcomers into the service and also appeal to…
Social Media

Elon Musk’s belated advice for Twitter’s Dorsey on being a dual CEO: Don’t do it

The issue of whether to take on the running of two businesses will have been mulled over for months by new Twitter boss Jack Dorsey, though Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, clearly thinks it's not the best idea.
Cool Tech

Facebook’s first satellite will beam Internet to rural Africa starting in 2016

Facebook is partnering with French satellite communications provider Eutelsat to beam a satellite internet connection to remote parts of Africa.
Social Media

Playing tourist? Here are the most Instagrammed places in North America

If you really want to be avant-garde in your Instagramming (which may be a bit oxymoronic in and of itself), you may want to avoid the places Busbud has identified as the most Instagrammed location in each U.S. state.
Mobile

You can finally build a website easily on your phone with Weebly’s Carbon

These days, we do everything on the move. Weebly is the first website platform to embrace this and take website building mobile, introducing apps for Android, iPhone, iPad and iWatch that let you build a full mobile merchant without ever…
Mobile

Everything you need to know about Android 6.0 Marshmallow: Get it on your Nexus now

Google's next major release of Android is Marshmallow, or version 6.0, and it's coming to Nexus phones at the beginning of October. Here's all you need to know about the key new features.
Apple

On the 4th anniversary of Steve Jobs’ death, Tim Cook sends moving email to Apple staff

The heir to the Apple kingdom, Tim Cook, has written a heartfelt email to his employees celebrating the life of Steve Jobs who is of course responsible for much of what our technological landscape looks like today.
Business

It’s official: Jack Dorsey is back in charge at Twitter

It's just part of the (tech) circle of life -- when it comes to leadership at major tech companies, what goes around comes around. At least, in the case of Twitter co-founder, former CEO, and now current CEO Jack Dorsey.
Mobile

Weekly Rewind: T-Mobile’s big breach, dog cloning, and the new Tesla Model X

It can be challenging to keep track of everything that happens in the tech world. That's why we have compiled a list of the top 10 tech stories from this week — just for you. From Peeple to the massive T-Mobile hack, it's all here.
Wearables

This guy just used virtual reality to propose to his girlfriend (and did it IRL too)

We've toured Syria with VR, been forewarned of the inevitable link between VR and sex, and now, one man has proposed to his girlfriend using the technology. Don't worry, he proposed in real life, too.
Social Media

Hey Facebook users, you know you’re on the Internet, right?

As Facebook continues its impressive mobile expansion, it may want to take a moment to remind its users that when you're checking out your profile on your phone, you are indeed using the Internet.
Mobile

Next time you check-in with Swarm, you could actually save a kitten

Foursquare spin-off app Swarm really wants you to get back in the habit of checking-in places, because if you do so during the next two weeks, the company says your action could help save a kitten.