Facebook has updated Facebook groups and implemented a feature that we've seen for Facebook Messages and Chat. Now anyone in a Facebook group can view who and at what time a member has seen a post.
OUYA, a potential $100 Android-based gaming console, has broken of the Kickstarter records, raising more than $2.5 million so far.
With the hype surrounding group messaging fading, GroupMe has taken a plunge into a group-based Groupon-like service, "Experiences."
Google has a long way to go before YouTube is recognized as the destination for original programming. But YouTube is hard at work to update its platform and business model. These are the latest reported changes that you might see on YouTube during the next…
Modeled off of crowd sourcing, Valve is giving the Steam community the power to decide the next games that get distributed through Steam.
Citing a change in its design direction, Apple has pulled all of its 39 products from the EPEAT, a ratings organization that certifies environmentally friendly devices.
With all the Web shows out there, you're probably wondering what you should watch. We're bringing you four action-packed original programming that you should keep on your radar including Harry Potter and Halo.
With former Yahoo CEO, Scott Thompson, out of the picture, Yahoo's interim CEO, Ross Levinsohn, has settled the patent suit with Facebook, and have come to amicable terms. Facebook and Yahoo will cross-license patents and expand its strategic partnership.
If you've ever lost a personal belonging before, you'll have experienced the frustration of finding the item. Belon.gs seeks to connect the finder with the item's owner with its simple to use QR code system.
Wikileaks' largest leak yet comprises "embarrassing" emails between Syrian government officials and Western companies.
Samsung's massive ES9000 spans a whopping 75 inches and includes all of its latest Smart TV features, but it will cost you.
Following a $60 million settlement over the iPad name, another Chinese company is ready to take on Apple over a trademark, and this time it's Snow Leopard.
Is the wait finally over? Scientists from CERN have announced a press conference where they will reveal findings that confirm the existence of the Higgs Boson with 99.99 percent certainty.
While Apple has officially shut down MobileMe, for a limited time users will be able to access their accounts, download their files, and upgrade to iCloud.