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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.
Are the people in your social media sphere yammering on about House of Cards or the Winter Olympics before you've had a chance to watch? We've looked at some apps that can silence them until you can get to a TV.
Wander's diary app 'Days' will live on, according to the startup, as Yahoo continues to boost its mobile product offerings.
Microsoft invests in Askem, a social quiz app that has so far been released just for iOS devices.
Twitter is rolling out a new version of its Android app that shows the number of tweets and retweets in the main feed.
Facebook has announced a new smartphone app called Paper that aims to deliver status updates, photos and news in a full screen, slick and fluid interface.
Some users don't care for a new tool to surface popular content on the social networking site.
The post of phone numbers paired to Snapchat user names comes days after a security research firm identified the vulnerability in the social networking service.
Syme, a service built by three students in Montreal, touts the easy-to-use encryption of its social network.
Users don't have to be Facebook friends to message each other with the new app.
The mysterious company now has a permanent office space in San Francisco, as its app -- free for iOS and Android -- is about to launch.
Some Windows Phone users are reporting increased data usage caused by the built-in Twitter functionality for Windows Phone's People hub.