Social media giant Twitter is working on a huge redesign of its website to make it look more like Facebook, according to fresh reports today.
Web giant Google has announced a new service that will link experts with advice-seekers via video for free or paid advice.
Twitter has introduced sweeping changes to the way it looks today, making the service "more visual" in a bid to better compete with photo-sharing services like Instagram.
The outlook for Google+ may not be as bad as some may think, with Google announcing a 58% jump in users in recent months.
Twitter is taking a big leap into the world of news, and as a first step it has hired a leading digital executive with NBC News, Vivian Schiller.
Google has announced a number of new services in a targeted effort to protect news organisations and human rights groups from cyber effects and, more broadly, 'free expression' on the Internet.
Facebook has experienced one of its worst outages to date, with users unable to post status updates or comments for an extended period last night.
Twitter has announced its stock offering through a low-key tweet, marking a new phase for the world's second most popular social network.
Facebook has continued its imitation of Twitter, announcing today a new feature for select news organisations, allowing them to broadcast insights into Facebook activity around a given event.
Be careful what you tweet, a San Francisco-based startup is claiming to have indexed all public Twitter posts dating back to the first tweet seven years ago.
Yahoo! has continued to add to its ever-growing portfolio of acquisitions, announcing today it has bought image search startup IQ engines.
Two of the most popular photo and video sharing services went offline simultaneously over the weekend, causing frustrated users to take to Twitter to vent their rage.
What do you do when Facebook's security team ignores a bug you've found? Post it to Mark Zuckerberg's wall, of course.
Facebook is holding nothing back when it comes to mobile, reportedly testing its own payment service for mobile in-app purchases.
Facebook has taken yet another leaf out of Twitter's playbook, testing one of the social media site's key features, Trending Topics.
Zynga has said 'pop goes the weasal' to OMGPOP, the developers who made the once-popular social game Draw Something.
Facebook has announced a new change to its News Feed ranking algorithm, which will now display older stories you might have missed that are getting a lot of likes and comments.
A long 14 months after its initial launch, social media giant Facebook is set to finally pass its $38 IPO price.
Google has long been an ad company rather than a search company, and its Gmail transformation is the latest proof of this.
The way you use Facebook is set to change, with the social giant releasing its Graph Search feature to users this week.
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