(image) Social media has reached a crucial stage of its development according to a new report from the US.
(image) Google has revealed the governments most eager to pursue the information of users online.
(image) Social website Reddit has come under fire for uploading indecent content to its web pages.
(image) A new "collections" feature on Facebook may lead the way to the social network's online commerce future.
(image) Facebook begins purge of fake user accounts and likes, in a move to increase the authenticity of fan pages on the social network.
(image) A new study has revealed one in five American women now use virtual pin network Pinterest.
(image) Microsoft has launched its 'Bing it On Challenge' in an effort to convert Google-happy searchers with a side-by-side comparison test.
(image) Google is to trial the inclusion of Gmail messages in its search results to create a more personal service for users.
(image) Facebook has issued figures estimating that there are now over 80 million false profiles on the social network.
(image) Facebook CTO Bret Taylor announced Friday he will leave the company after three years of service.