Popular Instagrammers watched their follow counts plummet when Instagram cleaned house.
The trial fell apart after the judge realized there were no plaintiffs.
Apple now supports the cards that account for 90 percent of all U.S. credit card transactions. But will more people start using the new payment solution?
With a revamped profile and gamification, the sports-focused social network aims to undercut its major-league rivals.
Legal battles, labor scuffles, and dirty business tactics were on the rise this year as start-ups moved from sharing resources to on-demand everything.
The computer is the last remaining unit to be sold by Jobs out of his family’s garage—and it still works.
Facebook's photo-filtering app is now more popular than Twitter.
Apple and IBM are combining design and data analysis to create a new suite of enterprise tools for every industry from air travel to government.
Facebook's privacy settings are a labyrinth of information. Here's what you need to know.
The company is embroiled in a class-action lawsuit that claims it removed rival music services’ songs from iPods without telling users.
The platform is working to make itself a safer space by streamlining abuse reporting and blocking.
Competing car-hailing companies are falling all over themselves to win your trust.
The network promised a lot of great changes are coming to direct messages in the next year. The first is here.
The cab-hailing app is well-known in San Francisco, but now it’s gearing up for a wider rollout as Uber battles poor public perception.
Facebook’s roster of experimental apps has been hit-or-miss, but Groups is a must-use for fans of old-school Facebook.
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