Twitter's user numbers are skyrocketing, but before you go investing (if you even can ...), you should take a look at how exactly Twitter interprets the phrase 'monthly active user.'
Kickstarter project Monsieur will take your order, and then automatically made you a nice, tall glass of whatever you want. We go hands on with the next-gen bartender disrupting the night life scene.
An Instagram account exposing witnesses has been suspended and is causing court officials to consider banning cellphones from courtrooms altogether.
The Philippines has been devastated by the effects of Typhoon Haiyan. If you want to help, there are a number of easy, online ways to do so. All you need is an Internet connection and a keyboard to do your part.
If you're tired of people ruining Facebook and Twitter for you, this browser extension will silence annoying posts forever (and replace them with cat pics).
Wondering how to get those precious double taps? Analytics team Curalate did the research and found that blue-shaded photos are one way, and that's only the start.
If you love instant messaging and social video sharing but haven't decided on an app yet, try your hand - er, face - at Hoot.
The numbers relating to the first-ever Instagram ad are out, and they're pretty optimistic.
Emojis are an honest to goodness part of today's tech-driven culture, and the fact that there's an emoji art exhibit in the works is proof enough. Here are some of ideas for entries, in case you're intested.
We keep hearing how Twitter, Snapchat, and Tumblr have challenged Facebook's ability to retain younger users - but the latest site to steal the youth is YouTube.
New app Notegraphy wants to bridge the gap between Instagram photos and status updates using artfully decorated words.
Some members of the Elite Yelp community are suing, saying they're unpaid employees. The lawsuit comes as new light has been shed on Amazon rewarded its top reviewers - so are these Yelp users right?
Need a little help streamlining your way to Halloween fun? These IFTTT recipes will do the trick (or treat - sorry, had to).
With the social network's popularity on the rise, as long as you have a Facebook account, you can pretty much use almost any site on the Web in the future.