An initiative dubbed “99 Days of Freedom” is calling Facebook users to quit the social network for 99 days to see how life without Facebook affects their happiness. It's a response to the social network's controversial mood experiment.
BlackBerry's plan to launch BBM for Windows Phone by June clearly fell by the wayside. Now it says it's releasing a beta version, though those easily frustrated by buggy software are asked to wait "just a bit longer" for the full product.
A 17-year-old boy in Manassas City, Virginia, has been charged with "manufacturing and distributing child pornography," after "sexting" his 15-year-old girlfriend. The police now, however, wants to create its own weird kiddie porn in order to put the boy in…
Doggy BnB helps pet owners find others nearby who can watch, feed, walk, or board their pets while the owner is away on vacation. The app also helps pet owners connect their pets with others in the neighborhood.
Facebook has removed an image showing a toddler's bottom, and warned the poster she'd be banned if it was posted again. It's not the first time Facebook has over-reacted, so here's ten more examples to prove it.
Remember View-Master, the stereoscopic image viewer? Now you can have your Instagram photos turned into View-Master reels, thanks to Reelagram. The service also lets you create gifts for other Instagrammers.
Twitter is a hive of vibrant activity, constantly buzzing with conversation, opinions, discussion, witticisms, and insults – except when a World Cup penalty shootout takes place. That's when things go very quiet indeed....
The UK regulator responsible for enforcing the country's data protection laws has taken a keen interest in Facebook's psychology experiment, revealing on Tuesday that it's decided to launch an investigation into the controversial study.
Believing social media apps to be annoyingly overloaded with spam, trolls, memes and hashtags, two Brit developers have decided to offer "something simpler" – an app where communication is by emojis only.
Twitter announced Monday it'd acquired mobile-ad company TapCommerce. The New York-based startup sells ads designed to encourage users to reengage with apps they've already downloaded onto their mobile device.
Looking to shift more attention to the Google+ social network, Google will be officially shutting down the Orkut social network as of September 30, 2014 and will not be allowing anyone to create an Orkut account as of July 2014. Created approximately 10 years…