But they are increasingly in favor of Facebook, which now has three apps with more than 1 billion monthly active users, and Google, which has seven, most recently Gmail.
Netflix's price increases scared people away from the streaming service, and the volume of unsubscribes surprised Jim Cramer.
WhatsApp was temporarily suspended in Brazil after a judge said the company had failed to hand over information requested in a criminal investigation.
In the last few days, Amazon has released a few Prime Day spotlights to watch if you need new headphones, a hoverboard, or some wooden watch bling.
In light of the Dallas police shootings, Facebook has clarified its guidelines on live-video, but these won't be enough.
Yep. We’re already obsessed.
Taylor, who is founder and CEO of business software start-up Quip, joins the board immediately, Twitter said.
Facebook is to give posts by users' friends and family greater prominence in their News Feeds.
Microsoft just bought LinkedIn for $26.2 billion. Here's the letter Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella sent to employees about the buy:
Facebook users on Android devices are being notified that they will no longer be able to access messages without the Messenger app.
You may have missed when Facebook launched its Notify service in November
Pharmapacks, a health and beauty online marketplace in the New York City borough of Queens, has become a multimillion dollar business by discounting thousands of products online.
MOVE over Twitter — Snapchat now rules.
While a whole bunch of Google services saw up-dates at Google I/O, Maps was almost entirely left out in the cold. But according to code inside the latest version of Google Maps for Android, some significant new features are on the way.
GOOGLE is trying to make passwords passé as it looks into using body and location cues to verify a person’s identity.
PRANKSTERS the Jalal Brothers were warned not to “do a Johnny Depp” and sincerely apologise for a drive-by shooting skit that could have caused fear in the community.
Twitter is making some big changes, at least in the context of 140 c-haracters or less.
Australian feminist group Cherchez La Femme has expressed its fury after Facebook rejected an advert it cre-ated because of the image it used.
Email addresses and passwords for over 100 million LinkedIn members have been put up for sale on the Darknet by the same hacker who stole the data f-rom the site in 2012.