Feeling the heat? Share it! As the heatwave goes on for a second week in Central Europe with record breaking temperatures in Spain, but also in
An earthquake measuring 4.2 on the Richter scale was recorded off the coast of Kent, United Kingdom. Local residents were apparently awoken by the
Celebrities’ lives are no longer the centre of the media universe. TV programmers’ interest is shifting to social issues and other themes related to
Politicians are never backwards when it comes to self promotion and when it comes to selfies, they cannot resist the lure.
David Cameron, the
Merve Buyuksarac, a model crowned Miss Turkey in 2006, faces up to two years in prison for sharing a satirical poem deemed critical of President
The story of an inspired blogger who has stirred up meaningful change in a community
Facebook, the world’s biggest Internet social networking site has exceeded forecasts for quarterly earnings and sales thanks to its mobile ads.
This week Utalk answers a question from Caroline in Avignon, France on the issue of hate content on the internet: “Lots of hate comments are being
Social media giant Facebook has decided not to add a ‘dislike’ button, despite it being one of the most requested features on the site.
Eastern Europe is seeing a growing people’s opposition to traditional government, using the Internet. Could this be an e-revolution in the
“This year’s MIPCOM was a record-breaking edition” said Laurine Garaude, Director of the TV division at Reed Midem, the company that organises
Combining parenting with developing a fledgling business can be a daunting challenge. But help is at hand with the ‘Mompreneur’ phenomenon that
A group of foolhardy prisoners have filmed their escape from a jail in Brazil on a mobile phone and posted the images online.
There are many messenger apps available for smart phones. A lot of them let users send unlimited messages composed of an unlimited number of
Google’s recent move allowing users to ‘be forgotten’ is the subject of this edition of Utalk.
Stephanie in Brussels asks: “Following a recent
Social Airways is a social flight search engine that connects people who are on the same flight, assisting travellers in finding a useful method of
A British teenager who raised over 3.9 million euros for the charity Teenager Cancer Trust has died peacefully in hospital, aged 19.
According to recent research the use of social media in education is increasing, although there remains some concerns about encouraging young people
More than 700 delegates from around 70 countries were present at the 12th Eurasian Media Forum in Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan. Famous
There will be significant changes in the European elections on May 25, primarily in how the president of the European Commission will be chosen. But
In Greek mythology, Pheme was the personification of fame, her boon being renown, her wrath scandalous rumours.
So it is apt that she has leant her
To the surprise of many, the Latin-language Twitter account of Pope Francis @Pontifex_ln is growing fast, having attracted more than 210,000
Vietnam will hand out fines of 100 million dong ($4,740) to anyone criticising the government on social media, under a new law announced this week
Web users have vented their frustration after popular social networking website Facebook began experiencing problems.
People are reporting they are
They are out there in cyber space and they are tormenting thousands across Europe. Their sniping, hate comments and campaigns have led to victims