Facebook's coming video ads will be disruptive, interrupt people, and run the risk of Facebook becoming the very social network it supplanted, according to at least one online advertising executive.
Ted Ullyot, general counsel at Facebook, is leaving the social network to take time off, according to AllThingsD.
Facebook confirmed the departure yesterday. Ullyot, 45, will depart in July. The search for his replacement is going to include outside and …
Facebook has been good for Breyer, who made more than $100 million from his investment.
Robinhood launched a mobile app today to guide you through the dangerous woods of stock market investing.
Is this a glimpse of EA's future?
Editor's Pick Facebook is announcing the latest changes to its News Feed today, and we're reporting live from its headquarters. Check out this post for live updates on what you can expect to see on your Facebook soon.
Path has always taken a different ... trail. So it's no surprise that the private social network is laying down new tracks in an attempt to make digital communication more human.
Editor's Pick What most are hoping for is a massive change that would toy with Facebook's long-cultivated revenue streams and tinker with one of its most precious pieces of IP: The News Feed algorithm.
OpenTable has released a Facebook application to help friends connect around food. My question: won't Facebook Graph support this kind of thing natively?
Earlier this month, founder Dalton Caldwell told me that people won't adopt a new social network just because it's good for them -- it needed to be "truly better." That's probably true -- but free is also good.
Pinterest has reportedly raised $200 million funding round that values the company at $2.5 billion. In other words, the rumors appear to be true.
"The decisions are more than amazing," Thilo Weichert, a German privacy commission, said in a statement.
Editor's Pick Half a year ago, serial entrepreneur had a crazy idea: build a social network that people actually paid for. Now with App.net three times bigger than his goal, he looks back -- and ahead -- at what the service is, and will become.
Three billion tweets and tens of millions of tips ought to add up to something. In Foursquare's case, that means the "Best of" series, which highlights "the most awesome places in cities across the U.S."
Many things you put on Facebook you want to save and share forever. Some things you wish you could delete immediately.
Facebook might have almost fully penetrated core markets such as the U.S. and Europe, two regions in which the world's largest social network's growth is slowing. But there's still plenty of room to grow in the MENA regions: the Middle East and North Africa countries.
Pronounced "social," Socl debuted to the public today with a fresh coat of paint, new features, and no clear purpose.
Facebook chat, notifications, and updates that follow you everywhere you go on the web, right in your web browser, is a cool idea. What's even cooler is how Mozilla and Facebook actually built it.
Social startup At The Pool brings people together around shared interests to faciliate real-world interactions
It's kind of like a tiny video-oriented social network, with Facebook's 2011 "frictionless sharing" concept brought to life. Except only with people you really, really care about.