Kazakhstan’s Internet users are making fun of the torrential rains that hit Astana in mid-May.
Google and Twitter announced a partnership Tuesday to display tweets in search results, renewing a tieup that ended in 2011.
A US appeals court ruled that Google-owned YouTube should not be barred from showing an uploaded "Innocence of Muslims" film that outraged Islamics.
Kazakhstan has been ranked 58th in Net Index, which compares and ranks the broadband Internet speed and mobile download speeds around the globe.
Facebook has teamed up with nine news publishers to launch a feature that will allow them to publish articles directly on the network's mobile news feeds.
Microsoft-owned Skype cleared the way for anyone to use a new feature that translates video chats or instant messages in real time.
The global terrorist threat has entered a "new phase," where media-savvy Islamist extremists are successfully drawing lone wolf attackers to their cause.
Google was stinging from a decision by local officials to reject the bulk of a proposed plan for a grand expansion of its Silicon Valley home campus.
Social media networks like Facebook are not putting users in an ideological information bubble, despite fears to the contrary.
The London Eye tourist attraction was lit up in party political colours reflecting the amount of social media interactions about them on Facebook.
Microsoft made a new pitch to app makers, promising an audience of more than a billion people if they develop services for the upcoming Windows 10 operating system.
US tech giant Google unveiled a 150 million euro ($163 million) project with eight European publishers to support online journalism.
US Internet giant Yahoo said it was expanding its online offerings, unveiling 18 new video series with which it hopes to attract a larger audience and advertisers.
Facebook was rolling out a donation button for contributions to victims of the massive earthquake in Nepal, and offered to match up to $2 million.
The so-called 'right to be forgotten', which allows individuals to have information, videos or photographs that infringe on their privacy deleted from Internet records, was discussed by Kazakhstan's Majilis.
Google said it was launching its own US mobile wireless service, with considerable potential savings for customers using their devices.
Astana residents and guests will be able to enjoy free Internet in the city's buses starting from July 1.
Facebook said it was reconfiguring its News Feed, in a move aimed at giving people more information about what is happening to "the friends you care about."
Twitter said it was making it easier to take direct messages private, carving out a bigger space for targeted exchanges on the popular microblogging service.
Facebook said that its war against fake likes is paying off so well that many 'bad actors' who built businesses on the tactic are closing shop.
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