The feature, which AllThingsD says will be available before the end of the year, comes after Instagram moved last week to disable Twitter integration for its users.
The Wall Street Journal has been looking at this issue, and in its latest report it says companies are increasingly connecting consumers’ real-life identities to where they hang out online.
While it will take a few years for wearable computing to mature, recent developments show there's a lot of interesting activity taking place in the field.
There's opposition to Monday's meeting of governments because it is a secretive session that involves some countries that oppose a free and open Internet.
Such a move would mean if you have songs saved to SkyDrive you could play them from any browser or mobile device, similar to how Google Play Music or Amazon Cloud Player work.
If you have the latest Facebook app for Android or iPhone, you'll now see a notification about photo sync when you visit your timeline using your handset.
A guy who posted a picture of himself holding what he claims is one of the two winning tickets from Wednesday’s Powerball jackpot perpetrated a hoax.
Data from online consumer analytics firm Experian Hitwise shows online traffic on the holiday increased 71 percent this year compared to the same day a year ago.
An Italian firm sells a mannequin that has a camera built into one of its eyes that ports data into facial recognition software that can tell the age, gender and race of people walking by.
Users of the photo sharing service on Thursday uploaded more than 10 million photos with captions that included Thanksgiving-themed words.
Even though the iPad rival has only been on the market for a little more than two weeks, some early users say the keyboard splits where it connects to the tablet.
The lesson for David Petraeus and others: If you don't want to get busted for something, you shouldn't email someone about it.