You might not know it from all the Twitter chatter, but the blizzard’s not called “Nemo” — at least not officially.
Instagram users can now view their photo feeds through any web browser. This web-based Instagram Feed is a simple one, mimicking the look and feel of Instagram’s mobile apps.
Facebook is reportedly working on a smartphone app that can track your location. Or if you want to use spicier terminology, it’s working on a “location tracker.” Everybody panic!
How Tumblr is becoming a popular tool for engaging applicants and documenting student life at colleges and universities.
The for-pay social network is giving its members 10GB of space for photos and other files.
Famous for its meaty answers to questions, the site now wants to encourage meaty blogging.
Facebook’s Graph Search sounds great. But unless you and your pals are putting lots of data in, you’re probably not going to get a lot of data out.
Facebook has rolled out free voice calling to other Facebook users via its Messenger app for iOS.
Graph Search lets you enter plain-English concepts that tie together multiple things the social network knows about the people who use it.
The mobile social network now lets you revisit your path with pinpoint precision.
This innovative browser has more in common with Pinterest and Flipboard than with Safari.
This iPhone app turns 15 seconds of video into mini-music videos you can share.