The first sign was a price drop to $0.99 just one month after it was launched, but now it's becoming even more clear that the HTC First is a massive flop. After a horrible sales performance, the HTC First may be removed from AT&T stores.
Researchers made a Twitter "Hate Map" to show where the most hateful tweets come from - but while the map certainly helps us get a visual on the issue, alas we've yet to pinpoint a solution.
Morton's steak is well worth savoring - and bragging about - with an Instagram photo, but it's not worth going to jail over. But that's exactly what happened to an identity thief who couldn't help showing off his dinner.
The majority of us will see Facebook as a version of their online homes - our conversations, memories, media, and friends all live within this virtual space. Which is all the reasons why Facebook updates feel so invasive.
BangWithFriends lets you secretly find out which of your Facebook buddies want to become friends with benefits. But given the sensitive nature of the app, it's a good idea to understand what you're getting yourself into by using it – legally speaking…
WTF, Internet? This week's Web indiscretion comes courtesy of TweetPee, and any other app turning parenting into a digital horror story - as well as all those trying to separate the babied to the unbabied among us. Can't we all just get along?
Tila Tequila was a reality star for the digital age. Now she's a fear-mongering conspiracy theorist. The very thing that catapulted the unknown into relative super-stardown - the Internet - is the same thing that tore her down. What happened?
Social media can be a tricky thing to navigate and no one has written the rules on codes of conduct. We're here to help you with best practices for sites Web-wide, and the includes the dos and don'ts of digital dating.
In this week's Facebook news, Facebook adds more emojis, courts Waze, and finds out how many of your are friends with your mom.
If there's one day of the year that you should stay off of Twitter, Twitter says that Mother's Day is it.
In the UK's first live Vine-recorded surgery, Spire Bushey Hospital live-tweeted a hip dysplasia surgery step-by-step without sparing important details.
The Onion wants the public to know how it momentarily lost control of its Twitter account to the Syrian Electronic Army and how it can be avoided later.
Twitter scooped up scalable computing startup Ubalo, which we suspect will be used to speed up search and improve keyword ad targeting.
Facebook announced that its Home software has reached one million downloads, then subsequently released an update making it available on new devices. This is the first update Home has received since mid-April.
Twitter is mum on Vine statistics but Unruly has dug up some interesting numbers after monitoring 10 million Vines shared on Twitter in one month.