Twitter published its transparency reports today, along with a blog post taking a stand against the current U.S. policy on releasing information. Twitter wrote that the government's current restrictions violate the First Amendment
Twitter gave its first earnings call today as a newly public company. Unfortunately, revealing its revenue didn't inspire investors: stock fell dramatically, around 17 percent over the course of the day.
Facebook decided to share security software it developed to protect its Android app from malware, which encrypts the data stores on MicroSD cards used by phones and tablets. The decision to open-source is good news for other developers.
Who needs teens? Even as Facebook's grasp on youth loosens, the company is finding ways to reinvent itself on smartphones and tablets. And after years of failure, it's finally working.
Step aside, YouTube. Twitter announced a partnership with Lyor Cohen's music company, 300, to develop software and analysis tools that could help discover the next Justin Bieber.
Facebook has released Paper, its new app which brings Flipboard-style looks and usability to the familiar Facebook News Feed, creating an attractive social new reader app.
Did you watch the Super Bowl? Whether you liked watching the Seahawks kill the Broncos or not, you probably enjoyed the ads. Here are the best ones that aired during, before, and after the game.
T-Mobile along with its CEO John Legere spent the entire game not just rooting for the Seahawks, but also trashing the competition. Between angry Twitter posts and mocking half-time T-Mobile sure made itself the highlight of Twitter.
Has your neighbor blocked your driveaway again? If you happen to live in Rome, you can now report the worst parking violations over Twitter directly to the police, and it looks like the scheme is working.
Twitter could be about to launch a new integrated payment system, allowing users to pick up products straight from their timelines, if a new batch of leaked screenshots prove to be genuine.
Did you know that around 20 percent of the tracks on Spotify's servers have never been played? That's some four million songs sitting around doing nothing. Forgotify, a new service that seeks out this unstreamed music, looks set to change all that.
Facebook has plenty to celebrate as it turns 10: the company's stock is spiking, thanks to an earnings call that revealed a successful mobile ad plan.
A hoax is gaining steam on Instagram: An account set up to look like Oprah's OWN network is gaining followers by promising fake scholarships. Thousands are getting fooled.
As Facebook reported better-than-expected Q4 financial figures in which mobile ad sales accounted for more than 50 percent of its revenue for the first time, boss Mark Zuckerberg said, hardly surprisingly, that more standalone apps are on the way.