More than 75 percent of Twitter’s 218 million “monthly active users” reside outside the U.S., say IPO documents filed by the company and made public Thursday.
Twitter has fewer users and less revenue than Facebook, but in mobile advertising Twitter appears to have dodged the problems that dragged down Facebook's stock after its public offering last year.
The company hopes to raise $1 billion by selling its shares on the public markets, in the biggest social media IPO since Facebook went public last year.
Snapchat is giving photos and videos captured with its app some longevity.
Flutter makes a desktop app for controlling various programs through hand motions.
More hotels, shops and other businesses will soon be offering free Wi-Fi to customers if they agree in return to "check-in" at the business from their Facebook account.
The British newspaper responsible for breaking many of the stories surrounding the government surveillance program known as Prism said that there are still stories to come from the thousands of relevant documents that it has obtained from former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.
Graph Search will now search status updates, photo captions, check-ins and comments, Facebook said Monday.
Facebook's news feed algorithms will start placing more emphasis on feedback from people rather than marketers.
France's privacy watchdog took issue with several areas of Google's data policies, in particular how the company stores and uses people's data.
Facebook’s website and its Android app now will allow users to make changes to posts after they have been published. iOS users, coming soon for you.
Service was restored around 1 p.m. local time Thursday, according to an analysis performed by Renesys, an Internet performance management company.
The information superhighway is not for everyone. Fifteen percent of adults still don't use the Internet, primarily because it's not relevant to them or it's too difficult to use, a recent Pew survey said.
Connectivity to one of three major international ISPs in Sudan has been restored, following reports that the government may be responsible for cutting off the country's access amid riots over the lifting of fuel subsidies.