The website discovery service, StumbleUpon, will shut down at the end on June and it's co-founder is encouraging users to migrate their accounts to Mix.com which improves on StumbleUpon.
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Snap plans to launch an update to its poorly received Spectacles this year. The firm will improve performance and add new colour options, preparing for an even better version in 2019.
It appears that Microsoft is working on a major massively multiplayer online VR/MR game for both the PC and the console. According to a job listing, the company is looking for a senior design manager.
Microsoft's experimental Socl network never really got off the ground and still to this day is considered a research project. But its days are numbered as it's shutting down next week.
The 'Capture' button on the Switch won't let you stream video of your gameplay to services like Twitch, or even record video clips. Instead, you'll only be able to capture, edit and share screenshots.
An alleged changelog for the upcoming version of the iOS Facebook app shows end-to-end encryption is on the way in the near future, possibly as soon as the next app update, among other changes.
Instagram has announced a couple of new features today, the most notable of which is the ability to upload videos up to 60 seconds in length to the Facebook-owned social network.
A new report claims that Twitter is looking to increase the character limit per tweet from 140 characters, to 10,000. These changes are expected to arrive by the end of March.
A company executive for Facebook has stated that its upcoming 'Facebook at Work' service is scheduled to be released in the coming months, and closely match the existing version of the site.
Nintendo has unveiled the name of its upcoming smartphone game, dubbing it "Miitomo". Exact details of the title are unknown but it will rely heavily on social interaction and is slated for 2016.
Sources have stated that Twitter are investigating new methods to increase the character count in public tweets, as part of an ongoing effort to widen the service's user base.
In a move that resembles the Russian policy on tracking their citizens' online activity and identity, the U.K. government is reportedly working on keeping track of what you post online.
A Brazilian judge has ordered a nationwide temporary ban of WhatsApp following the company's refusal to help in an investigation related to child pornography. Despite the ban, it is working normally.
Unlike Bing, Google has largely avoided social integration in its search results. This may be changing soon, however, as Google is reportedly going to start embedding tweets in the near future.
Like most, I didn't get Twitter the first time. It felt like a feature Facebook already had in status updates. I soon realized it was a way of getting updates of only the people you're interested in.
A quite surprising report by Global Web Index dictates that Tumblr is now the fastest growing social platform. Other social networks like Facebook are currently facing strong competition.
Twitter experiments with its social networking platform regularly and is considering opening up your personal timeline to display content from people you're not following.
After coming under heavy fire for the way Facebook manipulated users' feeds for a social experiments, the social network is now saying it has tightened up its guidelines for such research.
Facebook is supposedly trying out a new app, which would allow users to share their updates with only a very limited number of people. In a way it's very similar to what Path tried.
Numerous Twitter users have, in recent days, reported that their retweet buttons have been replaced with the option to 'Share' tweets instead - could the days of the RT be numbered?
An iOS app called 'Cloak' has hit the app store, utilizing location data to allow users to avoid their friends in real life.
Microsoft's Xbox chief product officer Marc Whitten said in an interview today that the company plans to fix many of the social features in the Xbox One console in a software update in the near future
Facebook have begun to roll out a feature - Verified Pages - that lets official pages of artist, public figures and businesses be set apart from fake accounts, similar to Verified Accounts on Twitter.
A report claims that Apple plans to comprehensively integrate Flickr and Vimeo support into the next version of its mobile operating system, iOS 7, when it arrives later this year.
Alongside the Xbox One announcement, Microsoft has also upgraded Xbox Live to include a better matchmaking experience and more dedicated servers for online multiplayer games.
Analytics firm eMarketer have forecast that Twitter may generate up to $1 billion in 2014 through advertising revenue. With an IPO likely approaching and a growing user base, will forecasts be met?
Google has enlisted the help of the world-famous business-mastermind, Sir Richard Branson, in their upcoming search for the most innovative social entrepreneurs in Britain - which boosts £2m prize-pool.
Google CEO and co-founder Larry Page has made a bold statement against Facebook in an interview, saying they do a "really bad job on their products" without elaborating much further
Even though Nokia are pushing their Lumia device range as the devices you should own, it's not stopping them getting into the budget friendly end of the market, revealing the latest Asha 205.
Microsoft's Kin - a pair of devices designed for younger users - was an unmitigated commercial failure. But leaked focus group videos show how flawed the devices were even before their release.
Join us at 2:45pm PT (5:45pm ET) for a liveblog of Larry Ellison's keynote. He'll be joined by Infosys CEO S. D. Shibulal, and they will be discussing the cloud and built-in BI, social, and mobile.
Google's social network has reached 100 million active monthly users according to Google, with a total user number of over 400 million users since its launch in June 2011.
The social network juggernaut's messaging system is getting a visual overhaul today, in what is the biggest change since the service launched.
Google's product team remains committed to adding new features to the service, including custom URLs to help denote an official or famous account as necessary.
Today Facebook announced an update to the Timeline photo overview featuring larger photos and easier sharing of your favourite pictures. You should start to see the update appear soon.
Digg, the long lost darling of the internet, has reportedly been acquired by Betaworks, the company behind Bitly, for a mere $500,000, a far cry from the $200 million Google offered them back in 2008.
Wakoopa, self-described as the "Last.fm of software", is to shut down at the end of the month,. Users will be able to download their data before it is gone forever.
After many rumors that the company would be acquired by Microsoft, the Wall Street Journal today confirmed that Yammer will be purchased for over $1 billion.
Microsoft has now opened up its So.cl social networking service to anyone who wants to use it, after launching it a few months ago to a limited number of college students.
If you've got a decent Klout score, it's time to get some VIP treatment: Cathay Pacific Airways will grant you access to one of its premium lounges, even if you're flying Economy with another airline.