Google Shopper, the popular Android shopping app, has now landed on the iPhone.
The Home Office have launched a website that allows you to see all reported crime in your area.
Google aims to remove content farms and 'noise' from search results.
Facebook has denied reports claiming a new wave of HTC smartphones set to be unveiled will bear its name.
Google and Facebook are both reportedly testing group buying services to rival the coupon start-up.
The social networking site was inaccessible yesterday amid a wave of anti-government protests.
Details of HTC's first tablet offering, the Flyer, have apparently been leaked, with two more to come from the manufacturer this year.
Equity award and potential shares sell-off could make outgoing Google CEO Eric Schmidt a multi-millionaire.
Singer Katy Perry recently met Mark Zuckerberg and enjoyed it. The star tweeted about the billionaire CEO after visiting Facebook headquarters.
ASOS is to launch an in-app shop where purchases can be made without leaving Facebook.
Rising sales of the Mac, iPhone and iPad have propelled Apple to record profits.
Weekend complaints shut down Facebook developments; users unhappy about details being shared.
Data protection measures include removing search listings and censoring online press articles.
Pentagon bosses in the US will make more effective use of social networking as part of a new broadcast strategy.
The service's IP tracking has been deemed a breach of privacy by the government.
MySpace is cutting 500 jobs, representing almost half of its global headcount.
Deal site Groupon secures huge investment, to be used to 'fuel global expansion and invest in technology.'
Government body will investigate whether stars were paid to endorse brands on Twitter.
Some 1.5 per cent of Facebook is owned by none other than U2 frontman Bono, under his Elevation Partners group.
Technology show focuses on tablets, with Motorola Xoom finally unveiled.
Internet Explorer is no longer Europe's favourite browser, according to the latest figures.
£32 billion investment fuels fresh rumours of social network's stock market flotation.
Social network gets more hits and searches than Google according to new research.
Twitter played host to two celebrity death hoaxes over Christmas: Charlie Sheen and Aretha Franklin. Both have been denied.
Ease-of-use has seen digital alternatives replace Christmas cards as the main method of sending festive messages, a new blog post claims.
Facebook has inked a deal with TripAdvisor that paves the way for personalised travel reviews.
Ahead of an early 2011 launch of their new tablet, Motorola are stirring things up with the release of a promotional video.
Government asks broadband providers to censor sites in new child protection measures.
A 103-year-old woman is Facebook's oldest user, according to The Sun. Lillian Lowe regularly updates her status on her grandson's iPad.
Log-in details of blog network are revealed by hack, with repurcussions for Twitter and LinkedIn.