How safe is your online social network? Not very, as it turns out. Your friends may not even be human, but rather bots siphoning off your data and influencing your decisions with convincing yet programmed points of view.
Instagram is finally offering an embed code for users to share public photos and videos on third-party sites.
Google+ already has hashtags, but now the social network is going full-on Facebook by showing you stuff your friends like.
Soon, everyone will be able to search for restaurants their friends like... or single girls that like to get drunk.
This open-source freebie can help you back up the photos you (and your friends) have downloaded. It does have some restrictions, but it's under active development.
The Internet held up in Egypt as the military deposed the country's president Wednesday, with both the former president's aides and the opposition using Twitter and Facebook extensively to communicate with followers in Egypt and the rest of the world.
Prepare for the selfie deluge!
From the hot metal press to desktop publishing and broadcasting via radio or television, the media has always been driven by technology. Here's how the 125-year-old Financial Times is adapting.
Google is already a leading provider of mapping services, but it snatched up Waze because social mapping is smarter and more useful than just getting from Point A to Point B.