It might be time to start deleting those old tweets - because they're up for sale.
Next time you're hiring, forget personality tests - just check out the applicant's Facebook profile instead. It's not just a good way of evaluating candidates, it seems, it's actually one of the best.
Russia's leading search engine, Yandex, has teamed up with Twitter to offer the full firehose of public tweets worldwide.
The Mozilla Foundation is coding a specialized version of its flagship Firefox browser for Microsoft Windows 8 Metro.
Microsoft exec Steven Sinofsky explains what devs and end-users can expect from Windows 8 on ARM (WOA) devices as Redmond preps the first RISC-friendly versions of its flagship OS.
An offer from Google to pay users up to $25 to give up their privacy has been swamped by takers.
An Italian professor whose research inspired the creators of Google now reckons he can go one better.
Google is following Twitter's lead in introducing a country-by-country blocking system for its Blogger blogs.
A quarter? Seriously, only a quarter? But that's the proportion of tweets that Twitter users say are a waste of time.
People with low self-esteem tend to make themselves pretty unlikeable on Facebook, new research shows.
Microsoft has reportedly finished coding a stable version (or possibly versions) of Windows 8 for ARM-powered mobile chips, such as those manufactured by industry heavyweights Nvidia, Qualcomm and TI.
If you are a big fan of Google Earth, you will definitely appreciate the new update. Yes, version 6.2 of the popular app ditches all the gaps you normally have to deal when exploring the planet.
Only one in twelve Facebook users is in favor of the company's Timeline feature, shortly to become compulsory for all.
Google+ is now open for the over-13s to join, bringing the social network in line with rivals Facebook and MySpace.
Twitter's announced that it can now selectively delete tweets in particular countries, allowing it to comply with individual censorship regimes while leaving offending tweets visible in the rest of the world.
HP's announced its timetable for making its WebOS open source, delivering on plans announced late last year.
Engineers from Facebook, Twitter and MySpace have created a browser add-on that they say cancels the effects of Google's bias towards Google+ results.
The rapidly evolving HTML5 may still be a work in progress, but a recently conducted survey indicates software developers are already committed to the new standard.
Google's introduced one of its biggest-ever changes to search, tapping Google+ results to give more personal results in a move that some observers suggest may contravene US anti-trust legislation.