A study of Facebook apps has shown that people are more likely to buy a product if it's already very popular - but that a clear winner that doesn't reach a certain popularity threshold won't benefit from this effect.
If you're in the library or a school computer lab and you feel uneasy about using your real password to log into Facebook, the social networking site has a solution for you.
It's terribly sad, but it seems that the more time you spend trying to be friendly on Facebook, the more likely you are to be unfriended.
As expected, Facebook's made a major overhaul of the site, in a move which has been largely welcomed by analysts and privacy campaigners.
The Quebec Superior Court has ordered a serial Facebook spammer to pay the popular social networking site a whopping $873 million.
Facebook is going to announce something new today. Something big. And that's leading to all sorts of rumors floating around.
Facebook itself may be worth quite a lot of money now - as much as $33 billion, by some counts. But for those who don't mind owning a prototype version, the site's predecessor, facemash.com, is up for sale.
As he continues to try to create a positive image for himself, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg appeared on an episode of The Simpsons in a minute-long cameo.
Facebook and Skype have reportedly decided to team up together to integrate contact lists, voice and video chat, and other messaging services.
The Rebublicans are set to win in the November mid-term elections, if their Facebook and Twitter presence is to be believed.
We'd love to see him with his underpants on the outside of his jeans, but Mark Zuckerberg is no Superman.
Facebook's revealed more details of last night's 2.5-hour outage, calling it the worst it's ever had in over four years.
Bet you're only reading this because your first choice activity was unavailable. Yes, Facebook really is down. And it's been reduced to using Twitter to tell users about its latest outage.
Canada's privacy commissioner Jennifer Stoddart says she's completed her review of Facebook's privacy practices - but that the company's introduced so many new features since she began that she's going to have to start all over again.
Facebook is denying rumors that it is planning to build its own phone - but nobody much believes it.
Grass-roots activists have accused Facebook of anti-democratic behavior for disabling key features on corporate boycott pages.
A new competitor to Facebook which promises to preserve users' privacy has released its code to developers, and is promising an October launch.
If theft protection, accident monitoring, and immediate emergency access aren't enough reasons for you to put OnStar in your car, what if it also gave you unfettered access to the World Wide Web?
Now that Google has acquired a small arsenal of social media companies, the search giant has confirmed that a brand new social networking platform will be launched later this year, but details are still sketchy.
Police have arrested three men for burglarizing more than 18 homes in the Northeast, but the case ends up making the victims look more stupid than anything else.