Opinion: Obama to host talk about economy at Facebook HQ

President Obama is teaming up with Mark Zuckerberg to talk about the economy at a town hall-style meeting at Facebook HQ.

Social networking gets video makeover with Tout

The emphasis on real-time, online communications has grown tremendously over the past few years with social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook storming the Internet. 

Achievements granted at first ever "Appy Awards"

Honoring excellence in the mobile app arts, Angry Birds and Facebook are among the inaugural winners of the so-called Appy Awards.

Winklevoss twins have to live with $160 million

An appeals court has just put the kibosh on Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss's push to get more money out of Mark Zuckerberg.

Rumor: Facebook finally headed to China

Could it be true? Is Facebook really heading to China?

Ashley Biden bashes "The Donald" on Facebook

Ashley "Blazer" Biden, daughter of U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, wants you to know that she hella dislikes Donald Trump and his "Birther" beliefs.

Facebook open sources green datacenter specs

Facebook's finished building its new datacenter at Prineville, Oregon, and is inviting all the neighbors in for a peek. In what it's calling the Open Compute Project, it's opened up the designs and specs for all to see.

Yes, DHS will tweet terror alerts

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is reportedly planning to replace the current five color-coded terror alerts with only two warnings: elevated and imminent.

Twitter eyes promoted pages

Much like Facebook’s business pages, word on the street says Twitter is considering a similar strategy as part of its plan to monetize the social networking site.

Obama re-evaluates social media campaign for 2012

President Obama’s groundbreaking social media campaign was partly credited for his 2008 success, but four years later, the game has certainly changed.

Lawyer sues Zuckerberg for endangering his life

A US lawyer is suing Facebook for more than $1 million after, he says, it put his life in danger after being too slow to remove a radical Palestinian page.

Israeli startup with more users than Twitter may sell for billions

You may have never heard of it but the Israeli startup Conduit has half as many users as Facebook, more users than LinkedIn and Twitter, and it’s for sale.

News Corp reportedly wants to give up Myspace

It's time to jump off the sinking ship.

Facebook eyes former Obama press secretary

If he’s good enough for President Obama, he’s good enough for Facebook.

Facebook puts friends on the spot with relaunch of Questions

Just how knowledgeable are your friends? Because Facebook's relaunching its Questions Q&A site to give more prominence to information from friends, and less to answers from the general public.

Zynga implements "RewardVille" to further addict players

If you’ve gotten updates on your Facebook wall about the brown cow you friend just earned, then you are familiar with Zynga’s hit game, Farmville.

Facebook snaps up Snaptu for push into feature phone market

Acknowledging that the majority of phones sold around the world are on-smartphone models, Facebook has agreed to buy Israeli start-up Snaptu, which offers social networking services on simpler phones.

Philandering Facebooker busted for polygamy

Facebook has been known to kill a relationship or two. But could philandering on the social networking site get you prison time? For one Grand Rapids man, the answer is yes.

Facebook testing Groupon-style deals service

Facebook's squaring up to the likes of Groupon and LivingSocial with a new discount deals program.

Location-based apps take center stage at SXSW

SXSW is a show defined by minds and ideas, rather than the announcement of new consumer electronics.