"Iconic History" turns your browser logs into a towering, ever-growing wall.
Facebook will no longer make dead users' profiles private, to "[respect] the choices a person made in life."
"Phone" seems like the wrong word, maybe? A Kinect in every pocket!
The messaging service is hugely popular outside the U.S., with over 450 million users. Facebook just bought the only app that could truly call itself a Facebook killer.
It's 2014. Do you know where your homescreen is? The most popular apps on your phone are fighting a different battle than you think.
Ever notice how car computer interfaces are incredibly distracting to use? Designer Matthaeus Krenn and his eyes-free concept.
Flappy Bird's creator says he's had enough: he pulled his game from the App Store. But don't worry, addicts! Badland is here to save you.
Social networks put identity at the center of our online lives. Is it too late to turn back?
Facebook celebrates its 10th anniversary by turning the clock back 16 years. While the internet's biggest websites try to figure out what comes next, they're retracing their ancestors' steps.
How Facebook spent over $100 million to keep the next big smartphone apps a secret.
The movement to make a quieter, cleaner, more exclusive web — and what's left of it.
How a young social media theorist and writer in Brooklyn became one of the company's most influential advisers.
"The time is right." The stores, which would sell food and provide "net access," were planned for London, Paris, New York, Tokyo, and Sydney.
Net neutrality advocates just lost their biggest battle yet. Welcome to "Internet 3.0."
Summly founder Nick D'Aloisio, in an interview with Yahoo's David Pogue, touted his new app's positive reviews. But who's writing them?
Paste if you agree! Facebook names (and shames?) users' most powerful tricks.
For some technologies, the Consumer Electronics show is like a hospital. The place you're born, and the place you'll die.