Facebook and Twitter aren't a great way for moms to chat, but Peanut, a new social network for iOS, is tailor-made for just that purpose. It's launching in the U.S. and U.K. in February ahead of a global rollout.
A weird YouTube glitch on Wednesday saw subscriber numbers for some of the site's popular channels slashed by hundreds of thousands. The video streaming giant admitted there was an error, and said it was trying to sort a fix.
An online service helping room hunters find a place to live has drawn inspiration from dating sites to help offer reliable matches. Claiming to be the only service of its kind in the U.K., Ideal Flatmate uses algorithms to bring together…
As per a recent ruling from the National Advertising Review Board, Comcast can no longer purport to deliver "the fastest internet in America" or the "fastest in-home WiFi" because the company does not have sufficient evidence
Only ten Perana Z-one Zagato concepts were ever made. Custom bodywork surrounds a Corvette structure and a 440-hp Camaro LS3 motor. This 2012 exotic has less than 3,000 miles on it and is available to buy on eBay now.
Vivaldi is an alternative browser to the big three or four options and offers some exciting features. In its latest 1.7 update, it added the ability to screenshot entire web pages with annotations and even mute tabs that are producing…
The latest version of the Opera web browser packs predictive technology that loads a web page before the user finishes typing its address. The new browser also includes a new compiler technique that enables Opera to perform tasks faster.
Alexa is getting multilingual. On Tuesday, the online retail giant responsible for the popular AI assistant announced that the Alexa Voice Service (AVS) has now become available for developers in both the U.K. and Germany.
Bot traffic now accounts for more than all of the humans in the world combined, despite all of the cat videos we send one another. A more worrying statistic however, is that more than half of those bots are considered malicious.
We don't want to leave our couch to order pizza, or ditch our messaging platforms to pay for things either. PayPal understands, and has made it possible for users to send money between accounts via team messaging app Slack.