Kevin Systrom, co-founder of the photo-sharing app, has sought to quell fears that Instagram will flog user content to advertisers.
A new report published by Ofcom shows that complaints about Orange's broadband service have doubled in the last three months.
The social network made the announcement on its site, with figures showing that it has gained 60 million new users since March.
The South Korean firm has announced that it will withdraw all injunction requests currently being sought against Apple in Europe.
A Massachusetts securities regulator penalised the firm for "improperly influencing" analysts before the social network's floatation.
Samsung has announced the arrival of a new 5in smartphone, although pricing or availability are yet to be revealed.
Plans to automatically filter out pornography on the Internet in UK have been scrapped due to a lack of widespread support.
The firm has revealed sales figures for the handset's opening weekend in China, which was its most successful iPhone 5 launch there.
Despite denials made under oath, reports indicate that Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom may have received a formal offer from Twitter.
4oD, Channel 4's on-demand catch-up TV service, beats the iPlayer to be the UK's first mainstream TV app to launch on Windows 8.
In this newly created position, Maxwell will be responsible for finding new technologies to better deliver public services online.
The eagerly awaited Google Maps app for iOS 6, which launched yesterday, has already become the most-downloaded free app on iTunes.
The retailer has confirmed that it will be the first high street chain in the UK to stock Microsoft's Windows RT-based tablet.
The Korean Times reports that the electronics firm is working on a 6.3in successor to the recently released Galaxy Note 2.
The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency will begin a pilot of BlackBerry 10 when it is released on 30 January.
Transport for London announced that the scheme allows travellers to use NFC-enabled cards and smartphones on Oyster readers.
A survey published by telecoms regulator Ofcom shows that Britain tops a list which compares data usage in 17 developed countries.
RIM, the producer of BlackBerry smartphones, has said that users can redeem a £7 voucher on the GetTaxi app for a free cab ride.
The US retailers has been granted a patent by the US Patents and Trademark Office to protect gadgets from falls using tiny airbags.
The Cupertino-based firm has apparently instructed its overseas supplier Foxconn to test designs for an upcoming TV range, reports WSJ.
The Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Cyber Fighters, which have in recent month attacked the websites of US banks, have announced a new campaign.
Figures published by research firm iSuppli show that worldwide sales of eBook readers have plunged 36 per cent since last year.
The proposal, due to be submitted at WCIT, called for 193 countries to be given equal rights to manage the Internet.