A new tool decodes writing on social media sites to reveal key identification information about anonymous authors. Continue reading →
The Watson Trend smartphone app aims to give shoppers real-time rankings.
Belgian Twitter users responded in an odd way to police requests not to tweet photos of security personnel.
Mark Zuckerberg announced that his company is working on a button that lets users more appropriately respond to sad or negative events.
The photo-sharing network wants to let users immerse themselves in panoramic images even if they don't own an expensive VR headset.
Short, focused courses of study tailored to the needs of individual tech firms could make job seekers more employable.
More eyes are likely to be on a hashtagged tweet, thus encouraging users to conform to conventions associated with formal speech. Continue reading →
An online map explores the streets of Japan's port city Onomichi from the purr-spective of a four-pawed visitor.
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