Even the communists know that the old way of doing things isn't cutting it any more.
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.