Manchester art rock band Everything Everything has streamed a London concert live to a specially pro
Germany and Japan lag behind the curve in growth of social media
Defense Department attempts to prevent its personell accessing classified information
Hands-free service lets people speak search terms instead of tapping them into the phone's search en
Bing's share rose from 11.5 per cent in October to 11.8 per cent in November
Facebook founder has helped people connect with one other and has changed definitions of privacy
Police receive only 7,545 calls about Facebook this year, but right-wing press finds reasons to be f
“Guardians of women’s rights” in the British liberal press have rushed to condemn the WikiLeaks founder; but John Pilger argues we should protect him.
iPad maker Apple and entertainment company Disney have launched the preview of the first iAd for the
Tablet computer will run on Windows 7 and be manufactured by third parties including Samsung and Del
Five year-old website breaks into the black for the first time
Chief Magistrate said that reporters could send tweets as long as they did so quietly
Site will identify the viral and newsworthy content that people love to share
By the year end, "HMU" was featured in 1,600 posts per day
Site was born from the need to help kids teach their parents about computer basics
The Apple iPad news apps may kill newspaper print subscriptions in 2011, according to a new survey.
European home-pages of the online retailer were briefly down on Sunday, with hacker group Anonymous
US business and financial news channel CNBC has released an iPad app
ABC's new recruit Latikia Bourke has more than 10,000 followers on Twitter
Users can access live stock quotes from the New York Stock Exchange and the NASDAQ
Openleaks.org will not publish leaked documents directly online, but will make it available to partn
Search company's new feature is yet another way for people to trim down their results
Users who have played by the rules of the site's "community guidelines" will be allowed to upload lo
UN Human Rights Commissioner concerned by pressure exterted on companies supporting WikiLeaks
Birch sold Bebo to AOL in 2005 for $850m
Study found that the microblogging service is popular among young adults, minorities, and those who
Facebook founder is among 17 billionaires who recently signed up to Giving Pledge
Lifestyle site to benefit from social media upgrades.
The fad for the videochat website kept the general election off the top spot
$20 per month fee put on hold to tantalise potential customers with the site's striking changes.