Sony is pulling out all stops with the launch of its PlayStation Vita device in the US market.
Microsoft launches new social media aggregation service to help users stay in the know.
Next time you click download on an app on the Apple App Store, you may just be handing the owner of your app all your phone book contacts without knowing.
Chris Brown is the latest celebrity to incur the wrath of Socialdom and he cannot get away from it, even if he tried to.
Like the dramatic cliché of the Phoenix rising from the ashes, MySpace seems to be on the rebound and it has one million reasons to prove it.
Google have yet again gotten into hot water for tweaking their search results in order to favour their own offerings.
Twitter tries to help users make more sense of the social platform and have purchased link recommendation company Summify for this
The White House weighs in on the Stop Online Piracy (SOPA) and Protect IP Act (PIPA) debate with a nod in favour of the Internet.
Wikipedia ended their most successful fundraising to date on January 1. Is this strategy sustainable in the long run?
Rumors are circulating that Facebook may have finalized their plans to release their phone to the world. But should we really care?
When Google launched Google Plus around 4 months ago, it was just at the time that Google Buzz…
Twitter may soon become one of the more popular opinion poll engines if the media pundits have their…
He is the newest addition the Cash Money Records. Could this be hate toward him or someone jealous? The track is on Youtube - what do you think? Should he be really upset or he can do better? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qB3g6wD73g8&feature=player_embedded Also , here is a bonus NEW VIDEO PREVIEW Rick Ross ft. Ne-Yo -Super High: Preview
Send out a tweet and you can eat. It's as simple as that.
Who is Kat Stacks? To be honest, I’d never even heard the name until it floated into my…
Funkmaster Flex Goes Hard...on Twitter
It looks like Teddy Riley and his daughter got into an altercation and that altercation wound up on Twitter. SMH @ Twitter...Twitter may very well be the downfall of mankind.
According to a report out this week, the U.S. socialite allegedly commands up to $10,000 for every tweet she posts on her Twitter account as part of her contract with in-stream advertising company Ad.ly.