Valve lets slip Steam.TV streaming site
"Internal test" goes live by mistake.
Could be ready for Nvidia's GeForce RTX.
Heading to Sony's machines next year.
With the interior gutted, it's time to start making the custom panels, starting with the back!
Seeks an engineer to lead the efforts.
As Zuckerberg faces Congressional grilling.
Data-snarfing company snarfs data: film at 11.
Emails and hashed passwords snagged in 2014.
'Scheduled maintenance,' officially.
Reports of their deaths exaggerated.
Chris Grayling suggests 2-year penalty.
No Twitter statutes any time soon.
Negative emotions supressed.
Looks to take on Nvidia's GeForce Experience.
Crytek head Cevat Yerli has opened his gamer-centric social networking service GFACE for beta test.
Link-up will see free music streaming available to all Facebook users.
LinkedIn share prices rise by 171 per cent in first day on the stock market.
Those with the most contacts are more likely to be stressed.
Diaspora, which aims to address privacy concerns surrounding Facebook, is asking for users.
Facebook is joining the likes of Twitter and Apple in building its own large-scale data centre.
The rumour mill is grinding that Google is setting up a Facebook killer. Maybe.
Google's Social Search features - which pulls in content from users' social networking contacts - has official entered the mainstream, albeit in beta form.
Joins up to promote his charitable foundation, and to chat with Ashton Kutcher
Microsoft has come clean regarding theft of layout and code from microblogging site Plurk for its new MSN China social networking service, blaming a contracted third party.
MySpace is cutting headcount in its US offices by a whopping 30 percent - although senior management is allegedly dodging the axe for now.
Social networking site Facebook has filed suit against rival German site SudiVZ, accusing the latter of being nothing but a Facebook ripoff with a red colourscheme.
MySpace has announced plans for a development platform allowing programmers the chance to develop new ways to drive people to MySpace. Oh, and you get some ad revenue, too.
MySpace and Google have teamed up on Google’s OpenSocial platform in order to reach an even wider user base.
Google’s new social networking site, OpenSocial, is set to go live on Thursday. We have some of the details for you today.
Workers are costing UK firms over £130 million a day by wasting time on social networking sites such as Facebook and MySpace.
The Attorney General of the State of Connecticut has proposed a new bill demanding that social networking sites require ID and parental consent.