We’ve officially unveiled Hornet Version 6, the latest iteration of the world’s premier gay social network, and here’s what’s new.
To kick off Hornet video in the feed, we’re working with the San Francisco LGBTQ Film Festival Frameline, which kicks off today.
This young student wanted to send unsolicited nudes to a person he was interested in, but what happened was hilariously unfortunate
With the help of the LGBT Foundation, Hornet will launch a new token economy, providing even more value to users’ contributions
These days teens are more tech-savvy than ever, and they’re using Google Docs of all things to covertly chat with friends
While scientists still don’t know for sure what causes homosexuality, over the past 50 years, we’ve discovered a number of leads
Righter, meant for Trump supporters, has hinted that its policy of ‘conservatives only’ is “zero tolerance”
The new app uses your phone’s camera to determine an object’s size, but when it comes to penis measurement, it’s not perfect
Though it was rolled out for everyone during Pride month, the Apple Watch in Russia is hard-coded against showing the rainbow watch face
If you’re wanting to journey the world on a budget, these 9 travel apps are essential for having a great trip without breaking the bank
“I don’t know why Facebook has permitted this group to target LGBTQ people… for shaming and hatred masked as love.”
A Queer the Vote ride-sharing app in Chattanooga, Tennessee is getting LGBTQ people to the polls for the November mid-term elections. Here’s how it works
We know what you might be thinking: what in the world is gay technology? While it’s rather obvious that technology has no sexuality, the term refers to tech that is developed by or for the gay and LGBT community.
Hornet, a gay social network, is itself a great example of gay technology. A premier platform for gay, bisexual, trans and queer men with more than 25 million users worldwide, Hornet is the most widely used gay social network in the world.
For more information about gay technology, browse our collection of articles about the world of tech and how it intersects with the LGBTQ community, from the latest in smartphone development (a piece of tech most LGBTQ people can’t seem to put down) to scientific breakthroughs
Our stories cover the best and brightest in tech designed by and for the queer community. Learn more about tech trends and news here on Hornet.