We created them because we need them, but they may well come to realise that they do not need us.
One of Twitter's co-founders has launched a kind of Q&A micro-social network app called Jelly. Here's how it works.
Google's obsession with making people use its confusing, overwhelming social network continues - and it might have violated one man's restraining order.
No matter how unusual the event, commemoration in one of Google's daily Doodles will create a news story.
Sometimes those "Free Public Wi-Fi" networks that smartphones can connect to when out and about are actually fakes, created by scammers.
It's completely useless, though. Don't bother downloading it. There's no point.
Hawk-Eye's technology is an impressive tool that makes the lives of referees and umpires easier, but don't be fooled - there's a chance that Hawk-Eye could sometimes get a call wrong.
No, taking a photo of your brunch isn't a "revolutionary" act. Taking a selfie isn't one, either. We've been doing them both for centuries.
A new study has found large quantities of fresh water, trapped below the clay of the seabed - and repurposed oil rigs could be used to get it out.
MIT researchers have developed a camera that can build 3D models of users throughout a house - a potential game controller of the future.