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A new app has been released by Japanese firm Line that offers the perfect way to take a selfie using either an iPad or iPhone.
Germany's spectacular 7-1 win became the most talked about sports game ever as well as beating Beyonce and Miley Cyrus to the record number of tweets per minute.
In a bold move, the controversial video service, PopcornTime has announced support for Chromecast, Google's tiny TV dongle. Will this boost its popularity even further?
A team of scientists from the University of Illinois are using human muscular tissue to control the movement of a centimetre-long biobot.
Emojli will be launching soon on iOS, as a clutter-free social network where all communication, including status updates and usernames, will take place using emoji icons only.
Fitness app Zombies, Run! has been adapted to work with Google’s wearable. If you’re not familiar with it, the app essentially turns a real-world jog into a journey through the zombie apocalypse.
Or Arbel’s app only allows users to send a push notification with the word “Yo” and it has already reportedly attracted 50,000 users with four million “Yo’s” sent.
An innocent Twitter user with the handle @philneville received a torrent of abuse that was meant for the former England defender after his boring debut on the BBC.
A study of the online encyclopaedia found that the Swedish biologist is more influential than anyone else when it comes to incoming links.
Users of the popular dating app will be able to send each other picture messages that will expire after 24 hours and position it on the edge of the social messaging market.