How many Facebook friends do you have? Are you one of those people who only friends people you talk to every day, or are you the kind who sends out friend requests to everyone with the same last name as you?
It's a tough life being a queen. Last week, Britain's Elizabeth II visited a salt factory and a jelly factory, as well as giving audiences to a startling number of foreign big-wigs.
The man behind Netscape, Marc Andreessen, is funding a new browser targeted at social networking users.
After a successful stint with its iPhone presence, social gaming giant Zynga has confirmed support for the Google mobile operating system.
Foursquare seems to be the new hot thing. "Checking in" to places on Facebook is a new key phrase. But how many people are actually using these kinds of services? Not a whole lot.
Facebook's opened up its Places app to thousands of US retailers, offering Places users deals and bargains through the company's iPhone app and via touch.facebook.com.
The people in the US have spoken and sent a rather alarming message to the US government and that message is "you are on the wrong track."
Make the most of the next couple of weeks with your girlfriend; she may not be around much longer than that.
Facebook's taking action against the developers which it says sold user information to data brokers.
There are now 175 million users on Twitter, ranging from senior foreign diplomats to bored 13-year-old teenagers. It's because the service is able to reach across that swath of the global population that the site should exceed 200 million in just the next two months.
British police are being taught how to track criminals from the comfort of their own desks, using Facebook and Twitter.
Fresh on the heels of a class-action lawsuit being filed against it, social games publisher Zynga has launched an iPad version of its mega hit Farmville.
A new $250 million venture capital fund supported by Amazon, Facebook, Zynga, Comcast and Liberty Media is looking for social networking startups to support.
A study looking at the measuring of online advertising systems has thrown up the interesting fact that a feature in Facebook could be revealing users' sexuality to advertisers without their knowledge.
Privacy issues really are the new black, and Facebook is the most fashionable of the bunch. There's a brand new class-action lawsuit against social games publisher Zynga over claims it unlawfully shares private user data through Facebook.
Mark Zuckerberg’s social networking monster Facebook is back in the negativity spotlight once again. More questionable privacy practices have people wondering if Facebook can ever be trusted with users’ personally identifiable information.
Many of Facebook's most popular apps are sharing user data with third parties, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
Microsoft's made a major upgrade to Bing, adding much more integration with Facebook, in a move that could perhaps see it taking on Google properly for the first time.
As part of a lawsuit against half a dozen federal agencies, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has obtained chilling documents revealing how the government routinely monitors people online.
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.