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Uber has acknowledged that its security issues go beyond simply protecting data.
iPhone users got another app on Thursday to help them share live video streams after Meerkat launched several weeks ago. This time Twitter is getting into the game with Periscope.
Brands can post just to their Pages but not to News Feed, and target their videos to users based on gender, age, and location—but only if they use Facebook's newly updated Video API.
You can already add your general location to your tweets, but soon you'll be able to let everyone know if you're in Central Park or Central Perk.
SocialSafe downloads data from all your social networks automatically for viewing in the desktop application, or you can even export it.
Sick of the Big Three browsers? These 8 alternatives scratch more niche interests.
If Meerkat can continue to evolve quickly, it might survive Twitter's own live-streaming launch. (Despite its terrible videos.)
Google took another step towards transitioning away from SPDY and towards HTTP/2 by adding the standardized protocol to Canary.
Paul talked Snapchat, privacy, and net neutrality during his tech-centric interview, that was definitely not part of a pre-election ramp up (wink wink).
McDonald's, Windex, and Dove have nothing to do with tech startups, but that didn't stop them from showing up at South by Southwest Interactive this year in hopes that the tech festival's patina of cool would rub off on them.
Gore urged the tech-minded folks who attend South by Southwest Interactive to wage an Internet campaign for climate change, just like they did for net neutrality and SOPA.
Attackers can force users to associate their accounts on other sites with malicious Facebook accounts.
Wait, FriendFeed was still running? Yeah, we were surprised too.
The eight members of Congress say measures taken so far to screen drivers do not take advantage of all the available tools
As the bitcoin investigation drags on, key people in the probe are keeping mum