Today, 22 October, is International Caps Lock Day. You know what to do.
The happiness-focused social network hopes to reorient the facets of Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter that some say most foster loneliness and envy. Can it succeed?
Reporting its first-quarter earnings, the company also outlines a plan to be "in search of incredible" with its product designs.
Progress in Technology Middle East seeks to foster Silicon Valley connections for Mideast startups, including one that turns Muslim prayer into an app.
The Internet is profoundly underwhelmed by Apple's announcement that the Beatles catalog will now be available on iTunes. The more germane question, really: where the heck is iOS 4.2? Also, turns out the Kinect (unlike Apple's Beatle announcement) is a runaway hit. Schmidt's not worried about Facebook Messages, and also, the Internet wants to stop the TSA's airport junk-groping. --Molly
Today is Nate's birthday. To celebrate, Teletext is being switched off. A rubbish present if you ask us. But unfortunately it was just too much of a cash drain
The beloved developer conference rolls into Miami once again, and young coders are gushing over the experience. The fact that it's warm and sunny can't hurt.
One of the main themes at TEDGlobal this year was a lively debate between optimistic and pessimistic voices on the social potential (or doom) of the web. This outlook was somewhat more somber than I expected at a TED conference, perhaps - as some attendee
A start-up bets that environmental concerns and rapid upgrades will convince consumers at purchase to sell back their electronic gadgets in two years.
The software engineer, who works on the OpenSocial and Social Graph API projects, talked to CNET News.com at the Future of Web Apps conference in Miami.