When news first breaks, it’s usually somewhere online, not on one of the traditional news networks. We’re sharing our list of favorite places to find news first!
On Thursday, Facebook announced that it will radically change their user experience with a newly designed News Feed.
Two apps that let everyone at an event easily combine and share pictures and video, a new high-quality point-and-shoot from Nikon, the TweetDeck world gets a lot smaller, a cooking pot that stirs itself, a robotic bartender, and a pedal-powered pub you can own!
A baby is cured of HIV, scary price rumors for Google Glass data plans, FCC investigates overturning the cell phone unlocking ban, video ads on Facebook, and the Big Dog robot starts throwing cinder blocks!
Facebook today announced Graph Search, a new way to track down interests and connections with your friends on the social service.
It’s a presidential election year in the U.S, and we’ve got the apps to help you make your choices while keeping entertained!
Did you ever have the perfect gift in mind for a friend but it’s just a little too much? Maybe you could go in on it together with other friends, but that’s a real pain in the age of online shopping, isn’t it? Not so fast, not anymore it isn’t. The CountMeIn Facebook app is a social gift registry that makes it easy to pay for part of the cost of a gift.
Facebook finishes the Instagram acquisition, new Kindles, phones from Nokia and Motorola, faucets that show water temperature, and a robot that runs faster than any human.
Hackers versus an Australian spy agency, using social media for arms control, Iranian gamers get locked out of World of Warcraft, and a bike that will have you wearing out your shoes.
Without contacting users, Facebook has changed default email addresses to Facebook’s own email service.