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Pinterest is tweaking its service to make it easier for users to plan trips and locate content with location-based pins
"Keep calm while we steal your data!" the gear cries, below a Chrome logo. Keep it classy, Microsoft.
Compared to 2011, nearly 20 percent fewer teenagers and people in their early 20s said in the survey that it was OK for them and their friends to use discriminatory language.
After months of waiting, Windows Phone 8 users have an official Instagram app to use. Too bad all you can is upload and view photos.
Twitter is a constant flood, but AuthorBee aims to stem the tide with a new storytelling platform.
Firefox is ditching its Windows 7-esque design in favor of a more Chrome-like experience.
Wikimedia Foundation has asked editing services firm Wiki-PR to cease and desist editing Wikipedia for pay and passing articles off as unbiased.
A Tuesday update for Twitter's iOS and Android apps let you search for and find just about anything on the social network.
Uber has bigger aims than just conquering America, where credit cards are king. International expansion requires more payment options.
The social networking platform has removed an option to let followers send you direct messages without a follow-back.
With the arrival of Yahoo Screen and PBS on the Apple TV, Apple continues to expand its content partnerships for its set-top box.
Bitcoin, twerk, and schmeat put in a good showing, but even the Oxford Dictionary can't resist the allure of duck face.
A brief YouTube outage on Monday was the one of the biggest recent glitches for the popular video site, according to a company that uses complaints on Twitter and other sources to measure the impact of online outages.
You can take it with you–your reading list, that is. Here's how to get up and running with Pocket in only a few minutes.
By March, Yahoo users will have the option to encrypt all data flow to and from the Web company's services.