Twitter shares have gone up by 35 per cent due to an increase in monthly active users. This is despite a reported net loss of $145 million in its new earnings report.
OkCupid defends the implementation of human experiments on websites. The site founder Christian Rudders says that this is how websites work, adding that modern internet users should expect to be subject to hundreds of tests each day.
The Amazon Fire smartphone is now available to the US market. Its many features include a 4.7-inch screen, a 13-megapixel camera, 3-D imagery, a scanning app and round-the-clock interactive technical support.
Representatives from Google, Bing and Yahoo will today meet EU privacy watchdogs in Brussels to discuss the 'right to be forgotten' ruling - meanwhile in the UK, media editors write to the PM urging him to resist the ruling.
iPhone sales are up by four million units compared to this time last year, despite the iPhone 6's release expected sometime this autumn.
A report looking into the digital transformation of businesses has shown that while many believe they are in the process of change, the reality is different, and that company cultures may need to change.
Whilst almost 20 per cent of the US search currently takes place on Bing, Yahoo has an all-time low grasp of 9.8 percent, according to fresh statistics gathered by comScore.
Microsoft search engine Bing has followed Google's lead and introduced a 'right to be forgotten' form, which European users can fill in to request that embarrassing search results related to them are removed.
Google has announced the assembly of its new online security team, Project Zero, which is comprised of experts including hackers. The team will explore the internet, identify software vulnerabilities and fix them.
Google has added a new indicator to its search results. Now the site's users see a warning if the search engine algorithm believes a website is incompatible with the device being used.
In response to claims by the Chinese government that the iPhone's 'frequent locations' feature puts the country's national security at risk, Apple have said that information is only stored on handsets and not recorded elsewhere.
Google Ventures has opened a new office in London, which will be used as a base to discover Europe's best new entrepreneurial projects and provide them with funding.
Google has asked music website Drowned in Sound to censor album covers featuring nudity, because they appear near its ad network ads. The site risks losing the ads and a chunk of its revenue should it not comply.
The director of product management at Groupon has hosted a de-indexing experiment, and the results are rather interesting with regards to 'direct' traffic and organic search - and specifically how analytics programs perceive them.
Gartner, the influential research and advisory company, has predicted that tablet sales will overtake those of traditional PCs by 2015. And technology companies such as Cisco say users will increasingly browse the net on mobile and tablet devices.
YouTube have launched a name-and-shame campaign of internet service providers, insisting that poor playback and buffering difficulties are down to internet service providers as opposed to themselves.
Facebook invests in video ads for the web and mobile with latest purchase LiveRail, a tech start-up with a real-time bidding platform.
The UK's search engine market share stats for June 2014 have been published by StatCounter Global Stats, showing small gains for the three major search engines.
Twitter has released its new service, mobile app promotion, to advertisers around the globe. The social media site hopes to show that its users are engaging, and that its site has business appeal.
Facebook has been accused of experimenting on users without permission, after it published the results of a study looking into how people responded emotionally to certain content.
Google has announced that it will remove author photos and Google+ circle counts from search results. How will this affect the future of the Authorship program and author rank?
Google makes its first move into virtual reality with the DIY head piece and app set designed for Androids - Cardboard.
Google has confirmed it will be rolling out a new feature to US advertisers that allows AdWords campaigns to be targeted at parents or non-parents.
Google has released its much awaited Glass device to the UK. Early adopters will pay £1000 for the device, while critics pose questions about its usefulness in its present form.
Streaming websites such as Spotify, Napster and Deezer will contribute to the official UK music chart from July 6, in a move designed to "future proof" the process.
Facebook went down for the first time in four years on Thursday morning, when users lost access to the site for nearly half an hour.
Google has introduced its Made in Code initiative in order to inspire more girls to code, study computer science and get more involved in creating technology.
YouTube is launching a paid-for music subscription service, but labels that don't agree to the terms could see their artist's videos removed from the site.
Google has published the results of a co-produced Ipsos MediaCT study, the results of which appear to show that the people who see a search ad retain stronger brand awareness.
Twitter lost two executives in one day last week, with the departures of COO Ali Rowghani and VP of Media Chloe Sladden. This is thought to be linked with the company's failure to hit user retention targets since its IPO last year.