The features, which aren't yet available to everyone, could be especially useful for mobile users of the popular social networking service.
From cell site outages to Wi-Fi network issues to a story on how to spot a fake storm photo, here’s a roundup of what’s been happening over the last week.
The shadowy hacker collective is upset over the tracking and profiling of citizens.
The endorsement comes at a good time for Microsoft, as it seeks to siphon away customers from Apple, maker of the wildly popular iPad, and win over the skeptics.
Photo manipulation is a hot commodity in social networking circles, and since many Twitter users carry a mobile device that likely includes a camera, adding Instagram-like features is a no-brainer.
Code-named "Manta," the tablet is expected to have a display resolution of 2560 by 1600 pixels, or 300 pixels per inch, compared to the iPad’s Retina display of 264 PPI.
From all accounts, the new Google smartphone will include a 4.7-inch touchscreen, 1.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor and near-field communication, among other features.
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According to Microsoft, the shipping delay for online Surface orders won't affect retail availability.
A Facebook spokesman deflected any blame pointed in the company's direction.
Galileo aims to provide a highly accurate, guaranteed global positioning service that's better than GPS and controlled by civilians.
Two San Antonio, Texas schools are requiring students to wear badges with an embedded RFID chip in order to track their locations. Some students complain about invasion of privacy and chilling their right to assemble, but the school says it has an obligation to crack down on truancy, which is high at those schools.
Many viewers had difficulty streaming the debate between the political pundits with opposing ideologies when it began.
Foxconn, Apple’s giant Taiwanese manufacturing partner, denies reports that workers at one of its Chinese factories went on strike Friday and says iPhone 5 manufacturing is proceeding according to plan. However, labor groups say Foxconn and other factories have ongoing issues, and an analyst says labor issues aren't China's only challenge.