Justin.tv began life as a blogging site that combined live video feeds and public chat rooms.
U.S. government investigators have compiled an 83-page list of Twitter shorthand, including some acronyms we bet you've never used.
Shocking news from MIT, where some students made a device that will shock them when they've spent too much time on Facebook. In other Facebook news, Giphy.com is making GIFs a thing on the social-networking site, circa MySpace 1996. Video earrings turn you into a walking television, and Haptix turns any flat surface into a 3D multitouch surface. Ah, the possibilities.
You'll be shocked (literally shocked) to realize how much time you spend on Facebook. Plus, a couch that can balance on one leg, and the worst celebrity-branded tech products ever.
In part 3 of his four-part series reflecting on a life lived largely on the Web, Crave's Eric Mack recalls fleeing the dot-com bust fallout for Alaska, only to be drawn back to a digital world that was growing up fast.
[commentary] Just because a site or app lets you post anonymously doesn't mean it's dangerous. There are lots of good uses for these services.
Silly though it may sound, youngsters are gravitating to this 5-month-old iPhone app to share their cell phone self-portraits.
The W Hotel in New York knows that happy couples need to ensure all their social media sites have breaking updates of their nuptials. So, it offers them a specialist for that very purpose.
It's a happy birthday to Twitter today and, to celebrate, it's built a tool to help you find all those awkward first tweets.
A $20 million media blitz is helping the relaunched network for music fans shed a bad rap.