Twitter's latest changes enable users to include a cover photo to their profile. The social network has also updated the user interface of its iPad app.
Sen. Chuck Schumer will unveil a new immigration bill today that seeks to fill the talent gap in the U.S. technology industry.
Mobile payments app PayDragon takes its fight on the foot cart line national with Checkout, its one-click shopping feature.
While sports teams are monitoring players on social networks like Facebook, it's clear that the NFL needs to monitor referees as well.
Consider it social media deja vu: Having settled a lawsuit over ownership of Facebook, the Winklevoss twins are investing part of their settlement in... a new social network. What could go wrong this time?
With Google scooping up Nik Software and its iOS app, Snapseed, Google Plus users might be seeing some dramatic changes to the way we publish images on the social network.
Photo-sharing sites get the boot as Twitter continues to tighten things up.
Shazam announced its foray into providing auxiliary content to enhance your television viewing experience in over 160 channels.
Gartner analysts have found that by 2014, between 10 and 15 percent of reviews will be fake.
Twitter today succumbed to pressure from a New York criminal court to turn over deleted tweets of an Occupy Wall Street protester. This is why you should care.
Instagram has rolled out a new design to its mobile website to more closely match its full site's design, adding hope to the rumor that profile updates are next in line.
Tim Cook hinted that Ping was failing and a third-party social media integration was something Apple was open to. Apple is following through and shutting down Ping on September 30.
If you're into fashion, Facebook and online shopping, you might be interested to hear more about Topshop's plans for its catwalk event at London Fashion Week this Sunday....
Following Mark Zuckerberg's Q&A in San Francisco on Tuesday, Facebook shares climbed by $1.50 to $20.93, though this still leaves them some way below the launch price of $38.
As executives abandon Zynga in droves, a new report on the future of social gambling bodes well for the company's new ventures.