The Liberal Democrats have demanded an official investigation into reports that an adviser to home secretary Theresa May called Nick Clegg a wanker.
A new travel website is offering discounts to guests based on their social media popularity. Trevor Baker tests out whether he is influential enough to qualify
Angry Birds maker Rovio is laying off 16% of its staff, admitting that the company’s headcount had swelled based on ‘assumptions of faster growth than have materialised’.
YouTube’s 100 biggest channels’ videos were watched nearly 10.2bn times in August, with gamer Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg continuing his reign as the most popular YouTuber.
Social news platform Reddit has secured $50m (£31m) in funding from venture capitalists and investors including actor Jared Leto and hip-hop star Snoop Dogg, and is preparing to give 10% of the new shares back to the website’s users.
Twitter is preparing a new kind of targeted advertising that has filmgoers in its sights – with tweets about films generating adverts relating to the user’s tastes.
Amazon is launching its Kindle Unlimited ebooks subscription service in the UK, following its US debut in July.
Four months after its release on CD, vinyl and download, Coldplay’s Ghost Stories album is now also available on streaming music services.