The micro-blogging service has backtracked on the plans that meant blocked users could still interact with those that had blocked them after criticism from members of the public.
Google is updating the way it charges for online ads by offering its clients the option to pay for only those ads that are seen by web users.
Picture sharing site Instagram has introduced a new private messaging service as it looks to follow in the success of its rivals.
A new study has revealed a 21 per cent increase in bot traffic since last year, meaning that 61.5 per cent of all website visitors are now bots.
An auto-playing video feature has been rolled out on iOS, meaning that as users scroll down their news feeds, posted videos will start playing without anyone having pressed play.
Football featured in seven of the UK's top 10 Twitter "surges" in 2013, the social network has revealed in its end-of-year roundup.
An outage caused by a hardware problem at one of Yahoo Mail’s data centres is still affecting users with Yahoo admitting the problem is far greater than first thought.
Ofcom research show that shoppers spent on average of £1,175 per person in 2012 with UK consumers having to spend just 2.3 per cent of household income on communications deals.
The Pirate Bay's .sx domain name has been seized due to pressure from the entertainment industry, forcing the file-sharing site to move to the UK-controlled .ac domain.
Spotify is expanding its mobile presence with free access to its music catalogue on smartphones and tablets. Now, mobile users can discover new music, save, shuffle, and share like on a desktop.
HP today expanded its wide-ranging cloud portfolio with HP CloudSystem, and a raft of new services aimed at offering enterprises "greater agility, simplified management and improved security.