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.
05/26/2013, Rumor has it that Yahoo has submitted an offer to buy a stake in video streaming site Hulu. The value of this offer is not yet known.
05/24/2013, Digg announced its Google Reader alternative will be called Digg Reader.
05/23/2013, Google has released a new beta Chrome browser update which brings a richer notifications experience outside of the browser.
05/23/2013, A new visual carousel has been added to Bing News which will display relevant information when any notable personality is queried in the search engine.
05/22/2013, Twitter account two step verification has finally gone live. The microblogging network is called it "login verification."
05/22/2013, Google+ mobile site design has been updated, it bears resemblance to the Google Now cards design. Still lacks some major core features.
05/22/2013, Google rolled out an update for its Chrome web browser to include conversational search.
05/21/2013, Google Checkout is expected to be retired on November 20.
05/21/2013, Eminem's music publisher is suing Facebook and its ad agency for allegedly copying on of the artist's songs.
05/21/2013, The problem Google Voice users have experienced in Hangouts will soon be fixed.
05/21/2013, We’re sure that for the most part, you guys are well aware that Tumblr contains some NSFW material. Some of it is just good old fashion porn, while some of it we guess could be thought of as artistic nudes. Either way it’s out there and you guys...
05/20/2013, Marissa Mayer has announced some big news around Flickr today: starting right now, Flickr users get 1TB of storage for free, “enough for a lifetime of photos” she says (that’s 500,000 full-resolution photos according to...