The power of the masses and public forums may be helping public health officials track food poisoning outbreaks, and Yelp is at the forefront of this new, almost accidental method of food safety alerts.
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 Nike's charitable way of celebrating Back to the Future to…
Google's Crisis Info Hub leverages the search giant's technical prowess to provide migrants with crucial data including travel conditions, lodging options, danger warnings, and the all-important registration information.
Christmas is coming early for what's left of Twitter's workforce -- those who survived the slashing of 8 percent of the employee base have now been rewarded with a third of CEO Jack Dorsey's stock, valued at around $200 million.
A language survey, part of a British Airways promotion, determined which accents we can identify and which are the sexiest. It also determined whether Brits or Americans are better at identifying the other side's dialects.
If you had a hunch it was Facebook's app draining your iPhone battery faster than it really should, then you were right. The company said Thursday it'd uncovered a couple of power-related issues, and has fixed them in an update you can grab…
Facebook's expanding the scope of its search function to encompass all 2 trillion (and counting) public posts on the social network. It's an attempt at transforming search into a more useful, cohesive tool.
Instagram, the app that makes all of our lives look better than they are, has released Boomerang, a standalone app that allows you to take five photos, string them together into a GIF, and play them over and over.