The Queen’s debut tweet weighed in at a healthy 137 characters, and didn't need any text speak whatsoever to get under the limit.
The platform, which launched back in August, has also become a Public Benefit Corporation, meaning that its promise to never display advertising must be kept even if purchased.
As the grapevine had contended, Facebook has revealed a new app that allows for group chats which are completely anonymous, and can centre on any topic under the sun.
Google has expanded its portfolio of artificial intelligence and robotics pioneers with the purchase of two companies that have their roots in Oxford University.
Google Analytics has become something of an industry standard for gathering web metrics. But a new report from form building company Formstack says different.
Jive Software has hit the ground running at JiveWorld 2014 in Las Vegas by announcing two new software updates at the event’s opening keynote session.
Hands up if your inbox is out of control? From that quick show of hands, it's clear that the idea of inbox zero has not caught on globally.
The Housing Association, which owns over 70,000 properties in London and the South East, has launched a year-long digital inclusion programme for 150 of its residents.
VP of product management Mario Queiroz outlined the Chromecast strategy going forwards that includes building an ecosystem of different endpoints between Chromecast and other devices.
If you thought using the human body as a power source was something confined to movies, one Israeli artist will prove you wrong with a project that definitely crosses the line from cool to creepy.
JiveWorld 2014 kicks off at The Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas this week and I thought now would be a good time to outline a few of my expectations for the next three days.