Don't-Miss Stories

Revoke Tweet Deck access for Twitter

How to keep the XSS TweetDeck bug from posting on your behalf

The XSS Hole in TweetDeck is more than a nuisance. If you're a user of the popular Twitter client, here's how to protect yourself, step by step.

fatdoor

New social network Fatdoor uses robots to connect neighbors (yes, really)

Fatdoor is launching in Palo Alto with drones and rovers to bring neighborhoods together.

hangouts

New Hangouts update adds SMS blocking, subtracts Google+

The latest Google Hangouts update brings SMS blocking, individual notification tones, and more.

on greenbot.com

secret

Shhh! Secret finally brings its anonymous social network to Android

The interface doesn't deviate from the iOS version, and the secrets are just as gut wrenching.

share gallery

It's not all sunshine, as sharing start-ups tackle big issues at industry meet-up

At a gathering of sharing economy services in San Francisco this week, internal struggles are generating as much discussion as ongoing regulatory battles.

google plus

Google+ tremors rattle Apps suite

Vic Gundotra's departure raises questions about the social network's future, including its role for enterprise customers

on pcworld.com

gemshare newprimary

GemShare is like Yelp written by only people you know

Get the best word-of-mouth recommendations from the people you (should) trust the most: Your friends and family.

facebooklike

Facebook Messenger Beta tries out message forwarding, group chats

There's lots bubbling over in the Android Labs over at Facebook HQ.

on greenbot.com

postcard lead image

4 postcard-sending apps compared, for when Snapchat just won't cut it

Sometimes the situation merits actual physical photos with real words printed on them. But you can still do it all right from your phone!

on greenbot.com

oculus

Rapid Reaction: Facebook buys Oculus

Jason Snell and Philip Michaels react to Facebook's $2B purchase of VR-headset maker Oculus.

tumblrhero

How to use Tumblr's new two-factor authentication

Tumblr joins a large number of online services that are making it harder for hackers to break into your account thanks to two-factor authentication.