05/30/2013, Tumblr has announced that it is now bringing in-stream ads to the website. This advertising model initially debuted on mobile apps last month.
05/30/2013, Widely popular internet meme 'Grumpy Cat' is reportedly going to star in a Hollywood movie.
05/30/2013, The Wall Street Journal will apparently be launching a social network of its own that could compete with LinkedIn, but the question is do we really need another one?
05/29/2013, Facebook Pages of high profile celebrities, personalities, brands and companies will now sport a blue checkmark to indicate that these Pages have officially been verified.
05/29/2013, Wikipedia is launching a new "Nearby" feature which uses your location to present local information.
05/29/2013, Google will soon be rolling out in-app purchases for its Chrome web browser.
05/29/2013, Amazon is launching its Login With Amazon service to make it easier for users to log into apps and websites.
05/29/2013, Spotify has finally rolled out its Discovery tab to help users find new music across the service.
05/28/2013, A report claims that Chinese hackers were allegedly able to access information of more than two dozen U.S. weapons systems. China has denied any involvement in such attacks.
05/28/2013, Opera launched its Opera Next browser for Windows and Mac which features some new improvements.
05/27/2013, Yahoo's rumored bid for Hulu is expected to range between $600 million and $800 million.
05/27/2013, It is being reported that a new across the board Gmail update is going to be released, apart from visual updates, it will also bring a new automatic email categorization feature.
05/27/2013, Microsoft is now giving an additional 3GB of free SkyDrive storage, on top of the 7GB it already offers, to students.
05/27/2013, A happy ending to what could have potentially been a disaster, really goes to show that parents need to start supervising their kids more when it comes to social media.