Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer seems dedicated to remaking Yahoo's image and infusing the company with a new spirit that Tumblr embodies.
Yfrog dips its toes into the world of cross-posting with a new option that lets users promote their uploaded photos and videos to Facebook and MySpace.
Social media is a company's best friend -- until it involves copyrights and trademarks. The latest example: Sports broadcasters are cracking down on 6-second clips of the World Cup.
The device allows gamers to connect it to their home network and play PlayStation 4 on another television in the home.
The K-pop video has galloped its way to another record. How is YouTube managing to keep up with hits like "Gangnam Style" and other viral sensations? CNET's Sumi Das sits down with YouTube's director of engineering.
Myspace is out to raise $50 million in funding and that's news. The fact that it wants to compete against Spotify isn't.
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.
A study from Cornell, UC San Francisco, and Facebook says the social network spreads happiness. Of a kind.
As E3 2014's doors close, which console looks more promising?