Randi Zuckerberg caught out by Facebook privacy settings

You've got to appreciate the irony: Randi Zuckerberg, sister of Mark and a former director of Facebook, is all of a twitter over what she sees as a breach of privacy.

eyeIO streams 4K Ultra HD

There are a limited number of 4K resolution televisions (Ultra HD) currently on the market.

Nuance updates Dragon Mobile Assistant app for Android

Back in October, Nuance launched a new voice control system for Google's mobile Android operating systems known as Dragon Mobile Assistant.

Facebook tests paid messaging service

Facebook's testing a new feature whereby users can pay $1 to message non-friends and have their message routed directly to the recipient's inbox.

SNES emulator goes live for Windows RT tablets

There are plenty of old-school console emulators out there for gamers who want to play their favorite classic titles of yesteryear.

Instagram tries to talk its way out of disaster

Following yesterday's outcry over Instagram's radical changes to its terms of service, the company's attempting to reassure users.

Bodhi Linux runs on Samsung's ARM-powered Chromebook

Bodhi can best be described as a lightweight Linux flavor coded to run across a wide range of hardware.

Scan and match arrives free on Google Play

Mountain View has introduced a free scan and match feature for its Google Play music platform which allows users to add up to 20,000 songs.

Instagram plans to sell your photos to advertisers

In an astonishing demonstration of nerve, Instagram has declared that from next January it has the right to use your name and photos for anything it likes - including selling them to third parties for use in ads.

Video: YouTube debuts Capture for iPhone and iPod touch

Google has launched its new Captured app for Apple's iPhone and iPod touch, with support for Android expected at some point in the near future.

McAfee arrives in US after deportation

Anti-virus pioneer John McAfee, wanted in connection with a murder in Belize, has arrived in Miami after being deported by Guatemala.

What the world searched for in 2012

Google's published its list of the most-searched terms of 2012, showing the world to be particularly interested in Whitney Houston, Gangnam Style and Hurricane Sandy.

Where did all the porn go?

Google has tweaked its algorithm to make porn images harder to find in the US, making SafeSearch the default option for image searches.

Linux Kernel 3.7 goes 64-bit for ARM

Linus Torvalds has announced the official release of Linux Kernel 3.7.

Twitter adds photo filters in battle with Instagram

As promised, Twitter has added Instagram-style features to its service, allowing users to edit photos and apply filters.

Iran launches own version of YouTube

Following blocks on YouTube earlier this year, Iran has launched its own video sharing alternative offering only 'appropriate' content.

Google to charge small businesses for Apps

Google is to start charging small businesses for Google Apps, including Gmail and Google Drive.

Google tweaks Snapseed for Android

Snapseed goes free as it lands on Android.

Slice multi-touch keyboard cuts the Android

I think we can all agree that on-screen mobile keyboards, whether for tablets or smartphones, are far from perfect. 

Instagram disables Twitter photo integration

Facebook-owned Instagram has disabled a feature that allowed Twitter users to view full versions of photos on the social network. Without Twitter Cards, pictures now appear distorted or cropped.