The French have banned the words "Facebook" and "Twitter" on TV and radio.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has told a New York court that he never even discussed Facebook with Paul Ceglia, the man claiming a huge stake in the company, let alone signed a contract relating to it.
Despite all the hype, social networking is still very much in its infancy.
Zynga, the video game maker most known for its Facebook game Farmville, has just launched an ambitious new title.
The hiring of two former Bush aides is expected to help Facebook accelerate its lobbying and public policy efforts on Capitol Hill.
European online music streaming service Spotify may be coming to US shores, through a deal with Facebook.
Facebook is using image-matching software PhotoDNA to try and detect child pornography online.
Facebook is planning to ramp up its lobbying power with the appointment of a set of 'international directors of policy'.
Online gaming is bigger than ever thanks to Facebook and mobile devices like Apple's iPhone.
Mark Zuckerberg can breathe a little easier: the blasphemy case in Pakistan which has been hanging over his head since last summer appears to have quietly been dropped.
Beware: using a 'private' photo online is as risky as stealing a television, as one Australian reporter has found to his cost.
Taking a cue from Facebook, Twitter is offering users more control over what information they share with third-party applications.
Microsoft has announced a new feature that will more deeply integrate Facebook into its Bing search engine experience.
It's probably something we've all wished for at one time or another. It's all very well being allowed to express our approval of a Facebook post, but sometimes you just want to be, well, a bit more negative.
A new bill under consideration in California would force Facebook and other social networking sites to remove personal information on childrens' accounts at their parents' request.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) have found that virtual artifacts may be as important to teenagers as a favorite book that a parent once read to them.
The process of logging into Facebook just got a bit more secure and a bit more complicated... but only if you want it.
In a scandal rocking the Internet, Facebook has been accused of secretly hiring a PR company to plant negative stories about Google in a full fledged smear campaign.
BranchOut, the largest specialized networking service on Facebook, released its newest product yesterday, the Jobs Tab.
It's not often that the name 'Mark Zuckerberg' inspires sympathy. But spare a thought for the Indianapolis attorney of that name, who's been fighting a Kafkaesque battle with Facebook to try and prove that he really exists.