Indulge your GIF obsession in real-life with a point and shoot camera, printer combo, developed by college student Jiho Jang, called GIFTY.
In the wake of recent high-profile Twitter hacks, the platform is cracking down with the roll out of its two-factor authentication security system.
Twitter launched Lead Generation Cards, helping users sign up for offers a lot quicker without having to navigate outside of Twitter.
Twitter's pull-to-refresh can be found in many mobile apps, and while Twitter was granted the patent, it assures that it will only be used defensively.
Music streaming are actually padding the bottom line of indie music labels, according to a study by music rights agency, Merlin.
Google product manager Nikhyl Singhal confirms in a Google+ blog post that Google Voice support is on the way and will roll out "soon."
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.
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.
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 Syrian Electronic Army continues its hacking tour and claims The Financial Times the organization's latest victim.
Twitter and Foursquare are partnering up with National CineMedia to show pre-show ads in theaters of Hollywood trending tweets, and local search-based ads.
Facebook rolled out a new update to its iOS app that provides users the option to re-share or save photos, along side with new group messaging support.
Taking a "picture" of the Internet is actually very illegal, but that didn't stop this white-hat hacker-researcher from embarking on this "fun" project.