Two cheers for Facebook, who have just expanded their personal gender options from the somewhat limiting binary of male and female to an eye-watering 50 plus descriptions.
Flappy Bird may have stolen Angry Birds’ thunder in the early part of 2014, but the latter’s developer Rovio has revealed its next step: a spin-off called Angry Birds Stella.
US cable TV giant Comcast has agreed to buy rival Time Warner Cable in a $45.2bn (£25.5bn) deal that unites the country's two biggest cable TV operators and will control more than a third of the market.
On a Monday in January, I visited the front page of the social news site Reddit to learn that, very occasionally, lobsters are pulled from the sea that are both orange and blue, the colours dividing in a neat line along the spine.
YouTube visitors watch more than six billion hours of video every month, but not all of those eyeballs are real.
What does the future look like ?
Facebook is celebrating its first decade. Its success is remarkable – but what about the changes to society?
Sarah Vine (aka Mrs Michael Gove) lays into Hugh Grant with all the relish the Mail can command as he stumbles into yet another impregnation episode (this time featuring a passing Swedish TV producer).
When I moved, I gave up my television – and while I might not be able to discuss the latest reality shows, I have better things to watch and I can see them when I want
Some straight talking for the mobile games industry in 2014: "If your business model consists of ripping of four year-olds or ripping off Supercell, you're unlikely to be successful in the future."