President Obama was the first presidential candidate to tap into the power of social media, and he still appears in the know when it comes to what's cool to use and what's falling out of style. What's no longer cool? Facebook.
Facebook is reportedly all set to launch its Flipboard-like news reader app, reportedly called Paper. The software is thought to have been years in the making, with Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg a key player in its development.
Definitely an interesting twist on a wearable lifestyle gadget, the MeMINI camera records video in a constant loop in order to preserve specific moments that are often missed when pulling out a smartphone.
Definitely the first time that a newspaper has tested accepting Bitcoin for content access, the Chicago Sun-Times online paywall will drop at the start of February if readers donate Bitcoin to a nonprofit.
Have time for another video-based social media app? Wordeo – the creation of former Apple and BBC employees – wants to 'bring your words to life', using professional video content from Getty Images to generate unique, visually appealing…
The Syrian Electronic Army hacked Microsoft's blog and Twitter account over the weekend. This was the hacker collective's second attack on the tech company this month, but it's not likely to be the last.
Analytics firm 8thBridge has crunched the numbers and found that online retailers prefer Pinterest Pins to Facebook Likes, and that the world's biggest social network may be proving less effective for brands.
More than a week after a security breach that saw personal data belonging to millions of Snapchat users posted on the Web, the company has finally rolled out a fix and offered an apology to those affected by the incident.