Ron Paul is second only to President Obama when it comes to Facebook popularity.
Facebook’s new Timeline feature recently went live for everyone – well, almost everyone. The social network shipped its shinny new scrapbook feature without support for Internet Explorer 7.
Politicos have been warming to social media since the 2008 Obama campaign, and 2011 saw more online activity than ever before from U.S. government leaders.
New evidence suggests that Facebook is inching closer and closer to overthrowing Google as the most-visited web brand in the U.S.
Facebook may be growing in popularity, but Google is still the web brand to beat.
The story of your life, as told through your Facebook updates and photos, will be showing on an iPad near you come late January, according to a source.
Guest Post The predictions I made for 2011 turned out pretty well, since I framed things like any good fortune teller or horoscope would have done. I was vague enough to allow flexibility but detailed enough to sound spot on. I would say I hit four for four:
Hacker collective Anonymous claims to have stolen credit card data and other sensitive details from U.S. security think tank Stratfor, with plans to donate $1 million in stolen cash to charity.
Facebook announced Thursday evening that it has made updates to its platform to improve game usage and discovery of new apps.
After a thorough audit from the Irish government, Facebook has stepped forward with a statement on how it could have handled some privacy issues a little bit better.
To the dismay of bosses and spouses everywhere, Facebook, by way of third-party social games, offered social networkers a daily distraction they could not go without in 2011. But no game commanded more attention or unrequited love than Disney Playdom’s Gardens of Time.
Social games company Zynga’s stock ended its second day of trading on the Nasdaq exchange down nearly 5 percent, a signal of turbulent times ahead for the value of the company.
Google+ will add a few major improvements to its service over the next few days, including new activity stream controls, welcome changes to business Pages, better notifications and a dramatically better photo experience, the company announced today.
Education must evolve as curriculum changes, and new subject information becomes available. But it also must change to adopt the Web and accept that students are using it for just about everything.
If Facebook had a Timeline, today it would read, “became friends with iPhone.” The company released an update to the application today, supporting Timeline, along with a couple new improvements.
Facebook‘s Android app passed the iPhone in daily active users today, but is still trailing behind when it comes to monthly activity.
If you ever wondered what it would be like to be a billionaire before forty, look no further than Sean Parker.
Cloud-based software giant Salesforce.com has agreed to buy performance management firm Rypple for an undisclosed sum, the two companies announced today.
With $3.5 billion in cash on hand, Facebook is swimming in success and may manage to reach $1 billion in profit by the end of this year, according to a report.
Facebook is a hub for many things such as looking at photos, updating friends and family on your life and stalking just about anyone. Since it’s September developer conference f8, Facebook has also become a go-to for media including music and news.
A suicide prevention program is only as effective as its ability to reach people in times of crisis. Facebook, in partnership with the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, has introduced features to encourage its users to confidentially report suicidal comments when and where they’re most likely to see them — on Facebook.
Facebook, not content with its sizable chunk of the online display ad pie, could go mobile with its ad platform by the end of March. The company is already projected to take home 20 percent of all online ad revenues next year.
Luluvise, which launches today, aims for “girl time all the time” by recreating online the experience of private chats with your girlfriends. The all-female service has, however, attracted a lot of interest from a surprising source: men.
Facebook has just announced the HipHop Virtual Machine. We’re not talking about Kanye — not this time, at least.
Zynga co-founder and chief executive officer Mark Pincus said today that his company could double its number of paid subscribers.
More than 115 million smartphones were sold during Q3 of 2011, according to the latest Gartner report, and almost all of them have some video capability. But with the spike in video creation comes a new problem: what to watch. Startup Klip tackles this problem by making it easy to track and sort videos from your friends on your iPhone.
Mobile question-and-answer company Opinionaided has seen massive growth since it launched last year, but its unwieldy (albeit clever) name has likely hurt the company more than it helped.
Publishers, rejoice. Facebook has just gifted you and your reporters with an early Christmas present packaged in a powerful new tool called the Subscribe button.
Facebook‘s corporate structure is getting a facelift with five new product groups that will report directly to founder Mark Zuckerberg.
Google+ released an update to its Android application today, with a fresh set of features including a highly requested search function.
Facebook has upgraded its Android app with better navigation, easier access to messages, and faster photo viewing, the company announced today.