Angry Birds fans may be staying home without a date on Valentine’s Day, but at least they can hang with a few hundred friends. That’s when the popular mobile game will debut on Facebook for the first time.
Editor's Pick Facebook announced today that thousand of journalists have flocked to Facebook’s subscribe feature since its launch, putting their scoops, stories and squibs right into your Facebook news feed.
It will always be with you
As of this morning, anyone in the world can turn on Timeline, the new look and feel for Facebook profiles.
Google has taken social interaction with your friends to another level. The search engine giant has introduced a new Google+ feature that allows you to ask friends about your search results.
Anonymous is planning another attack on Facebook, and this time they want your help.
Do gambling and Facebook games go together?
Facebook is bringing a boatload of apps and actions onto the social network. Now, instead of just “Liking” something, you can say you read it, listened to it, or watched it, all through your favorite web and mobile apps.
Editor's Pick It’s the worst-kept secret on the Internet: Facebook Actions, a new way of interacting with apps, content, and brands, are coming to the social network.
When Mark Zuckerberg speaks, people listen. Wednesday, the celebrity Facebook founder is wielding this power and influence to fight the Stop Online Piracy Act and the Protect IP Act using the best tool at his disposal: the social network he created.
The Middle East has always been a troubled place, and now people are taking to the web to launch their attacks. On Tuesday, a group of Israeli hackers took down the Saudi Arabia stock exchange and the United Arab Emirates stock exchange websites, Israeli newspaper Haaretz reports. The group, which calls itself IDF-Team, was able to paralyze the Saudi stock exchange site and cause delays on the UAE site.
Editor's Pick SecondMarket's Mr. Silbert
After announcing yesterday that Wikipedia will join other websites in a January 18 blackout to protest the SOPA piracy bill, founder Jimmy Wales has explained his reasoning further to fend off criticism.
Social media titan Facebook will likely hold its long-awaited initial public offering in the third week of May, according to a new report by All Things D.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ipkSRwgVtpA&w=560&h=345] Google’s introduction of Google+ links into its search results is a big departure from the company’s previous more neutral approach to search, and it exposes the company to a huge risk.
Updated with response from the pro-SOPA lobby
Editor's Pick Ruh-roh! Did Facebook just sideswipe up-and-coming music startup Turntable.fm with the release of its “Listen With Friends” feature? Hardly, but follow the headlines and you’ll find yourself swept away by the drama of something akin to a premeditated murder plot.
Starting today, Facebook is rolling out a new feature that will let you listen to music along with your Facebook friends.
Facebook is soon to have 14 percent of the world’s population all to itself. A new study says the social network will hit one billion users this year.
The online comment is a troubled entity, often abused or under-appreciated by the anonymous masses. But Facebook thinks there’s a better way.
Editor's Pick As a leader in social media, advertising and online influence, it’s surprising that ultra-powerful startup Facebook has managed to remain a privately held company for so long.
Guest Post Google’s new Search plus Your World product, announced yesterday, is making a lot of waves. The new search puts content shared by your friends in the Google+ social network higher up in search results than other content — a move that’s raised antitrust concerns.
Updated at at 7:38pm with comments from Google representative.
Mercedes-Benz announced a new cloud-connected dashboard computer called “mbrace2″ that provides access to 3G Internet, apps such as Facebook and over-the-air software updates. The company announced the new product at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Twitter is getting to be kind of a big deal globally, at least among marketers and the digerati.
A prominent public interest group is once again targeting Facebook for questionable privacy practices.
I can’t imagine anyone was desperately waiting for Inq to release the Cloud Q, its second Android smartphone with deep Facebook integration, but now the company has confirmed that the phone won’t see the light of day.
Microsoft pulled out the champagne today with a report that its Internet Explorer 6 browser had dropped below 1 percent usage in the U.S., a sign that businesses and crazily stubborn users have finally upgraded to a better browser.
Fledgling social network Google+ had its best traffic month ever in December, with more than 49 million U.S. visits, a sign that the company’s bet on social is slowing paying off.