"Yumblr" has a few different definitions - and some of them had nothing to do with corporate mergers and acquisitions before this week.
Answering the call to make it awesome again, Yahoo unveiled a redesigned Flickr that's more photo centric. To lure users back, Yahoo is also offering 1TB of storage.
Google product manager Nikhyl Singhal confirms in a Google+ blog post that Google Voice support is on the way and will roll out "soon."
Feeling down? If there's one comments section that's uplifting instead of troll-filled, it's Amazon Reviews. Have a gander - you'll feel better in no time.
Snapchat's problems with its glaring loopholes are mounting, and this time its fate may end up in the hands of the FTC after EPIC's complaint.
Wordpress saw a lot more blogs imported from Tumblr than usual after the Yahoo deal was announced. Does this spell doom for Tumblr? The short answer is no, probably not.
After rumors swirled Friday, Yahoo has purchased Tumblr for $1.1 billion. Now, what will the ailing company do with the reblogging platform?
Social networking site Pinterest has launched a bunch of "more useful" pins that offer additional content with some images. Starting out with product pins, recipe pins and movie pins, the new feature has already attracted interest from some big-name…
For all the beautiful, innovative updates Google+ keeps pushing, it can't get me to use the service. After nearly two years, we're just now starting to figure out why the social network (or layer) or sorts isn't able to compel the user.
Go figure: The Internet has plenty to say about Yahoo's $1.1 billion acquisition of Tumblr. Here are some of the best tweets and Tumblr posts concerning the deal.
If you need confirmation that anything digital never dies, here's video showing how you can bring back old Snapchats. It's the second time in recent weeks that the "ephemeral" technology is being questioned.
Facebook hoaxes and scams won't relent, but at the least here are five types of hoaxes you should be mindful of as not to fall victim.
WTF, Internet? This week's Web indiscretion comes courtesy of the read receipt - that horrible, good-for-nothing feature that does nothing but turn you into a crazy person who everyone knows isn't reading their Facebook chats. Damnit.
This week you can win a vacation, thousands in cash, or even a full year's supply of Dunkin' Donuts Iced Coffee in this week's social ways to win.
The Yelp Elite have been characterized as a mafia - but what's it really like at one of their inner circle events? And are any of us really above it?