06/28/2013, Facebook has rolled out support for hashtags on its mobile site and will now offer related searches.
06/27/2013, Kickstarter has revealed today that it will be expanding in to Canada later this summer. For now they're letting people sign up who would like to be notified when Kickstarter becomes available in Canada.
06/27/2013, Facebook chat rooms is a feature that's reportedly being testing right now by the social network. The chat rooms are said to support text only for now.
06/27/2013, Google announced today that it is launching a new pilot program. This program will enable third-party organizations to borrow Google's Street View Trekker through which they will be able to contribute imagery to Google Maps.
06/27/2013, The new design of Yahoo News has been unveiled today, its supposed to make the service more intuitive and personal than ever before.
06/27/2013, Imgur has announced it has launched its own meme generator.
06/27/2013, FPS-Man imagines Pac-Man as a first-person shooter. A very creepy first-person shooter.
06/26/2013, Earlier today, Microsoft’s Bing team has presented their latest developer tools at the BUILD conference which brings the Microsoft development community together for a few days in San Francisco. In the “demo app”, Bing engineers showed...
06/26/2013, Twitter might be testing in-stream photo previews on twitter.com. What this means is that basically small previews of the tweeted image will be attached with the tweet itself.
06/26/2013, Digg Reader launched today in beta and will begin to send out more invites in the coming days.
06/24/2013, Bing announced today that later this year it will be starting a new program called Bing for Schools. Under this program, schools in the U.S. will be able to tailor the experience for K-12 students as Bing will offer them ad and adult content free results
06/24/2013, Microsoft is announcing it will be offering a specialized version of Bing for students to help make researching easier.
06/24/2013, After a few leaks, the AOL reader is now official. I’ve played with it over the week-end, and I find it to be quite interesting. First of all, Google Reader (which is closing on July 1) users will like the fact that the List and Panel...