While Twitter has limited users to messages of 140 characters or less since its inception, the social networking giant is allowing users to say a little more when they retweet others’ messages.
The Internet is a resource for just about anything including a place to purchase human breast milk. A new study shows some of the milk sold online can contain cow’s milk and previous studies have shown high-levels of potentially dangerous bacteria.
Facebook showed off plans to provide internet to billions of people around the world using a solar-powered laser drone.
Facebook’s Messenger app is evolving into a multitasking tool equipped to send an animated fist bump to a friend at one moment and then get a little business done in the next.
Facebook is making it easier for its 1.4 billion users to look back and reminisce on the social network, with a new feature that will bring posts from years ago back to the surface.
Internet Explorer fought a good fight. After so many versions 6… 7… 8… 9… 10… IE is going down. Microsoft’s new warrior — working title, Project Spartan — will be the browser of choice for Windows 10.
The crash of one of Google’s “Loon” balloons for relaying Internet service was enough to have security forces summoned to a mountain township in central Mexico.
A new game based on the autocomplete function in Google search has surfaced. If you’re known to have an Internet addiction, you may want to avoid this one.
“The Dress” that stirred up an Internet storm last week is back again, but this time as fodder for a powerful anti-violence campaign.
Titan, the drone company Google acquired last year, plans to conduct its maiden voyage this year of aircraft that could provide internet to people on the ground.