App.net, an ad-free social platform popular with developers, has reached a big milestone: 100,000 registered users.
With the smartphone increasingly becoming the tool of choice for many shoppers, businesses with their own mobile apps are quickly learning this is an excellent way to get a leg up on the competition.
Lord Voldemort and Gandalf the White (formerly Grey) are the two baddest wizards in town.
The New Yorker's new Strongbox feature claims to be an online safebox for whistleblowers to submit documents safely and anonymously.
The trend in dating apps is to mimic real life. While websites like OKCupid and Match.com made online dating feel like ecommerce, with many search functions and profile specifications to fill in, the mobile-first versions of digital dating often cut out this customization completely, instead allowing you to pull a few photos and basic information from Facebook
Tinder's iOS app is the best example of this trend, along with similar apps Acquaintable, Blendr and LikeBright.
Rumors that Apple is preparing major design changes with iOS 7 continue to heat up, with new reports suggesting a more muted and flat design aesthetic.
Don't feel too bad for high school student Jake Davidson, whose viral prom proposal to Kate Upton was ultimately turned down.
It's been a big week for 3D-printed weaponry. On Monday, a Wisconsin man announced that he had built a largely plastic gun for just $25.
In a neat gimmick to illustrate its stop-start technology, which turns the car off when stopped, Volkswagen launched a Chrome plugin that pauses a video when you look away from the screen.
Sally Ride, the United States' first woman in space, will be posthumously honored with the country's highest civilian commendation and the renaming of a high-flying camera.