Turkish P.M. hints sites could be banned after local elections, citing "abuse" by his political enemies.
The popular online crowdfunding website reached the milestone nearly five years after its launch.
Move is expected to boost LinkedIn's growth in China, where rivals such as Facebook and Twitter are blocked.
Facebook has quietly shuttered its three-year-old email service that gave users "@facebook.com" addresses.
The system will analyze, in real time, whether a posting online is true.
For the first time, Facebook is letting users identify themselves as a gender other than male and female.
Iceland-based social media platform aims to capture users seeking to avoid prying eyes of governments.
YouTube has unveiled a new feature that lets users see, respond to and moderate comments all in one place.
Although the new iPhone app is meant to be funny, its creators are hoping it will take off.
Users can now send an e-mail to anybody on Google+, even without knowing their e-mail address.
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