Facebook's offering a bounty to users who discover bugs on its site.
Perhaps you need some convincing before you'll believe Google can somehow legitimately challenge Facebook.
Only a few weeks after Google+ boasted record numbers of activations and visits, reports indicate that the brand new social networking site may already be losing some thunder.
Facebook has decided that perhaps a naked baby isn't actually on par with pornography.
After Google locked businesses out of Google+ (for now), Facebook has strategically launched an online guide describing how corporations can benefit from using the social networking site. Excellent timing if you ask me.
The Winklevoss twins have again failed to convince a judge that, actually, they should have owned a good chunk of Facebook.
An iPad-specific version of Facebook's official iOS app has been discovered.
Social games like Farmville and Mafia Wars may have been born into the Facebook revolution, but it seems as if similar titles will be a major part of Google+ as well.
After being called "a**holes," the Winklevoss twins have written an amazingly long response to the president of Harvard.
Why is it that the most popular kids are always the least liked?!
The Winklevoss brothers may look like they have it all, but they didn't really score any favors with the head of their university.
American Express is tapping into Facebook "likes" and check-ins to send card owners relevant and local discounts based on their Facebook preferences.
Despite two of its original founders leaving, pressure from competing social sites Facebook and Google+, and a government antitrust inquiry, Twitter executive Dick Costolo says the company is doing better than ever.
President Obama embraced social media as a candidate and he won the presidency. So naturally the Republican candidates in this election will use Facebook in in their quests for the big job.
In its quest to make the web more social, Google has launched "News Badges" to rewards users for reading and sharing links from Google News.
Sometimes Facebook is more than just a billion dollar timewaster. Every once and a while it can be used for something more important than narcissism.
The battle between Google+ and Facebook is heating up, with FB banning one app developer for promoting his Google+ account on the popular social networking site.
On the heels of the recent Google+ launch, Microsoft "accidentally" published a splash page for what looks like a social application called "Tulalip" on Socl.com, reports Fusible.
When it comes to social media Google moves fast.
Groupon did it. Living Social did it. Now Facebook and Google are doing it. You guessed it! Daily deals.