The interactive portion of the South by Southwest conference is usually a launching pad for apps like Twitter and Foursquare, but security figures to be a popular topic this year, judging by the opening day remarks of Google's chairman.
After last year's false start, Facebook is rolling out a new look.
In Yahoo’s world, you’ve got to play by Yahoo’s rules. That means no more third-party logins.
Whistleblower Edward Snowden turned over documents to The Guardian detailing GCHQ’s collection of at least 1.8 million Yahoo users’ webcam chats.
A Messenger app for Windows Phone is reportedly still in the works.
Anonymous apps let you speak your mind, but at what cost?
When you send a text, share a photo, or read the news, you’re on Facebook. Just when you think you're out, it pulls you back in.
That’s billion. With a B.
BitTorrent is focusing on smartphones with Android app overhauls and a live-streaming app on the way.
Now users can choose from 50-something custom gender identity expressions on the social network.
Facebook settled a suit over its Sponsored Stories ads, but now privacy advocates say the network isn’t doing enough to protect kids’ information.
Could the next big tech idea come to life aboard a Virgin plane? The airline is helping LinkedIn connections meet mid-air.
LinkedIn is getting rid of its Intro strips for Mail in iOS, which could affect your email access if you don’t uninstall the service from your phone.
The microblogging service's first quarter as a publicly traded company saw solid mobile ad revenue, but there's a problem: Twitter's growth is slowing way down.
A partnership with Microsoft is expected to put Foursquare recommendations front and center on Windows devices and Bing search results.