The popular messaging app, which promised users photos and videos that disappear forever, was forced to settle with the Federal Trade Commission over allegations of misleading consumers and misusing customer data.
The Look Up video, which says we should stop looking at our phones and talking through social networks, is a viral sensation. But it's also a dangerous piece of propaganda which could end our quiet and peaceful lives.
Who needs Gallup polls? Social-media sites like Facebook and Twitter are opening the floodgates of data for social scientists, potentially ushering in a new age of understanding how we relate to one another.
The iLuv Selfy is a smartphone case with a built-in wireless remote for shutter operation of your phone's camera, helping you take self-portraits easily. The Selfy "ecosystem" also includes accessories such as a mini tripod and hardware…
Short-video service Vine has rolled out a brand new look for its website, offering desktop visitors a much richer experience. It's now possible to browse categories and search for videos, and you no longer need an account to access the…
Twitter boss Dick Costolo said the microblogging service could introduce a so-called "whisper mode" allowing users to move more easily between public and private conversations as the company looks at ways to improve its DM feature.
In an effort to help developers bridge a trusted relationship with consumers, Facebook has introduced new ways to login, which include Anonymous Login. With it, you can now try out apps without having to share your Facebook data.