It's designed to appeal to both the vain and the paranoid, which is presumably why a new piece of Facebook malware is spreading so fast.
Lady Gaga, Justin Timberlake and other celebrities are swearing off Twitter and Facebook to raise money for an AIDS charity.
Would you name your baby Sadira-Sagitarius? Or Fabby Licious? Probably not. But you can saddle an unsuspecting, indeed, unborn Canadian girl with one of these unfortunate monikers if you like.
Ooh, we love a good health scare on TG Daily, and here's one to worry us all: the man who got asthma from Facebook.
Teenagers are usually the first demographic to embrace and integrate new technology into the patchwork of daily life.
The big trend these days is to use your phone to "check in" wherever you go - whether it's at the airport, a holiday shopping trip, or a local hole-in-the-wall restaurant. Now, thanks to a new service from Yelp, you might start getting special discounts and offers for your willingness to share such information.
Face(TM)book(TM) has succeeded in persuading the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) to grant it a trademark on the word
Facebook is continuing with its campaign to trademark two of the commonest nouns in the English language by turning its sights on a two-person website that highlights stupid Facebook posts.
Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition - and it's very hard to know what to expect from the news that a UK games developer has bought the rights to Monty Python's Flying Circus.
A fire-and-brimstone preacher who asked church leaders to delete their Facebook accounts has admitted to engaging in a spicy ménage à trois with his wife and another man.
While everyone thinks Facebook does everything perfectly, there's a growing social networking alternative for gamers that strongly disagrees.
MySpace has, as long expected, signed a deal allowing its users to log in using Facebook.
Reverend Cedric Miller says if you're married, get off Facebook. The holy man is blaming the social networking site for nothing but heartache and marital problems, citing secret communications and ease of reconnecting with an old flame.
Well, guess what? Facebook's new messaging service might not be all that great for security, Sophos has warned.
Let's face it, raising chickens isn't everybody's cup of tea, which is why Zynga has decided to try and appeal to more urban Facebook users with the launch of a new game, CityVille.
It's the most wonderful time of the year. No, we're not talking about Christmas. We're talking about an ingenious idea to rid the world of unnecessary Facebook friends.
Is it really possible to have more than 50 actual, true, serious friends? The people behind Path, a brand new social networking service, don't think so and have proposed a revolutionary new way of treating your digital friend list.
Facebook has officially unveiled its rumored plans to bring an e-mail service to its tens of millions of registered users. But because it's Facebook, it's doing so much more. It wants to become your centralized location for every message on every medium possible.
As it stands now, the only reason you ever need to leave Facebook is to check your e-mail. That may soon change.
Federal agency the National Labor Relations Board has launched a legal case asserting that employees have a right to free speech on Facebook.