British young offenders who brag online could see tougher sentences
Sharing related video or images could increase the seriousness of an offence.
Senate committee looks into Facebook's news filtering methods
They've sent a letter out of concern that Facebook's curation is silencing conservative views.
Facebook is testing a 'discover' feature for Groups
It's only available via the mobile app for a select number of users at the moment.
Twitch starts rolling out access to its 'Friends' feature
But it’s invite-only for now.
LinkedIn reportedly looking to rival Facebook's Instant Articles
It's all about keeping you in one place.
The CIA thought live-tweeting the bin Laden raid was a good idea
Just because you can tweet as it happened doesn't mean you should.
Nintendo's 'Miitomo' app passes 10 million users
The game company's first app is turning into a legitimate social network.
Instagram tests a monochromatic redesign
The iconic blue would go away in favor of black and white.
WSJ: Facebook working on dedicated camera and live video app
The social network wants people to share more pictures and videos.