Facebook will now allow Americans to order a meal, buy movie tickets or make an appointment at the hairdresser without having to leave the social networking site.
They show what we like, reveal who we've been with and flag where we are going.
Amazon's new streaming service on Wednesday announced an exclusive deal with country superstar Garth Brooks, the top-selling artist to have resisted the fast-growing music format.
Since the popular game came out this past summer, the number of videos about it on YouTube has skyrocketed. In a demonstration of the incredible power of network modeling, Kirell Benzi, a PhD student at EPFL, catalogued them ...
When Pope Francis joined Instagram at age 79 in March, a thought crossed the mind of the tech firm's chief operating officer. For Marne Levine, the moment made the company's value to the world even clearer.
"One Dance," Drake's omnipresent song of the summer in North America, has broken the record to become the most streamed song ever on Spotify.
You can still watch the final televised presidential debate Wednesday even if you don't have a TV.
Looking to break out of a "messy" email situation, the nonprofit group dosomething.org recently switched over to a new way of communicating among its far-flung teams.
Many of the world's poorest poor don't have access to a bank account and yet depend on being able to transfer money across borders. Could digital currency help, ask researchers at the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance.
Google is adding "fact check" tags to its news articles, introducing the feature amid a US presidential race roiled by heated disputes over the accuracy of information.