People finding they have better things to do is bad news for Snap
European authorities demand that more be done by social media giants to tackle fraud, scams and unsuitable content on their networks
Tweet theft: Idiots ruminating on technology, TalkTalk marketing fails (again) and Twitter's abuse fails
Web surfing too slow for you? Why not invest in a new mouse with two scroll wheels for faster 'net surfing?
Egg accounts should be hidden
Snap's prospects: No profit, no voting rights and highly dependent on Google, who it pays $400m per year
European Commission to rule on Microsoft-LinkedIn deal on 6 December
Email has had more than its share of critics over the years, but if it's so bad, why is it still a core application for just about every business? Stuart Sumner explores the pros and cons and asks if email is set to be replaced in the near future
CEO Jack Dorsey renews efforts to tart-up Twitter for sale
Likely service disruption, according to downrightnow.com
Entertainment firm may use sports network (and the force) to increase social network's weak revenue
Brands as hopelessly tarnished as TalkTalk's ought to be more careful when marketing over mediums like Twitter
Couldn't they just increase the character limit to 160 or 180?
Tim Berners-Lee slams Twitter's 'negativity and bullying'; suggests new 'constructive' social networks now required
'We have responsibility to think how to build systems… to produce constructive criticism and harmony' says World Wide Web founder
Service up and down since early this morning in the UK
Mark James, security specialist at ESET, gives nine tips on how to protect children online this Christmas
Mobile and social set to become part of volunteer application process for US agency
Computing's Danny Palmer almost found out the hard way how cyber criminals are getting craftier...
'There's a lot of misinformation out there' about what Facebook does with personal data, says chief privacy officer Erin Egan
If plaintiffs win, every Twitter user in US could receive damages
Noel Biderman in the spotlight as hackers continue to make good on threats
Office 365 takes a starring role in restaurant redevelopment project
Moneypenny may draw comparisons with Siri and Cortana but has more in common with a host of other virtual assistant apps
Social media firm wants machine learning expertise to help better organise Tweets
What sort of boss does the flagging microblogging site need next?