After a 21-year-old college student created a Facebook group to complain about T&J Towing, the towing company filed a lawsuit against him for $750,000.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has acknowledged the popular social networking site "missed the mark" by introducing overly "complex" privacy controls.
When it comes to social networking, Facebook pretty much has a stronghold on everything...well, except for the young ones out there who cannot sign up due to the site's age restriction.
Enter Togetherville.com, a new social networking site that launched its beta version this week. It allows the little tykes out there to have their very first social networking account, with parents required to sign up as a supervisor on the account.
Everybody Draw Muhammad Day. Pakistan bans YouTube and Facebook. Reviews of Four Lions. Death to us!
iPhone users are an impulsive lot - they're nearly twice as likely to have regretted making a Facebook post as the population at large.
People are running away from Facebook as though it was just infected with a zombie virus or something. Analysts are saying that user privacy is becoming less and less of a concern, and Mark Zuckerberg is doing nothing to calm everyone down. There's just no winner in a situation like this. Oh wait...
Respects to Lauren Weinstein. We don't often do How To videos, but this one is mandated.
Oh dear, oh dear. Just 18 months ago Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg was one of Forbes' top ten billionaire bachelors; now, according to a new film, he's a mean-minded, nerdy sex maniac.
A new site highlights Facebook's privacy failings by letting users search automatically for embarrassing posts.
Facebook has added two new security features. They don't do anything more to keep users' personal information safe, but they do make it harder for scammers to exploit any information they get hold of.
Surely this is asking for trouble: RIM has announced plans to create a BlackBerry two storeys high, and wants the public to send it messages for display.
Google has just pushed out its latest update to the Android version of Google Maps, which adds a slew of new functionality including the ability to instantly post location info to social networking sites.
Motorola is reportedly preparing to launch an Android-powered smartphone with a "flip-around" display in June 2010.
The majority of social network users are posting risky information, according to Consumer Reports' latest survey.
Video game publishers can now embed content on blogs, social media sites, or any other Web site as easily as posting an image or Youtube video, thanks to a new company called InstantAction.
Civilization creator Sid Meier has given the thumbs-up to social gaming by describing the genre as an exciting "new frontier."
Skyfire has launched the first Flash video enabled mobile browser for Android-powered devices.
Amazon has confirmed that its upcoming Kindle software update will allow users to share book passages with friends on Facebook and Twitter "directly" from the device.