People with low self-esteem tend to make themselves pretty unlikeable on Facebook, new research shows.
Facebook is today expected to announce plans to go public, in a flotation expected to value the company at an almost unimaginable $100 billion.
It's hard to believe Angry Birds hasn't made its way to Facebook yet, but the time has finally come.
Only one in twelve Facebook users is in favor of the company's Timeline feature, shortly to become compulsory for all.
The FBI is considering continuously monitoring all social media sites on a global basis, and is looking for help.
Washington state and Facebook are suing a Delaware company for 'clickjacking' and other spam-spreading tactics.
In less than a year, famed PS3 hacker George Hotz has gone from trending news topic to the "Where Are They Now?" files.
Engineers from Facebook, Twitter and MySpace have created a browser add-on that they say cancels the effects of Google's bias towards Google+ results.
I'm quite sure most of us have friends on Facebook and other social networking sites like Twitter that we are only somewhat distantly familiar with or perhaps don't really even know at all.
Dowries have been illegal in India for half a century, but they're still very much part of life. Even now, women are frequently murdered - often by burning - for bringing too little with them when they marry.
There has been an enormous explosion in the number of Chinese citizens who now have access to the Internet.
An Australian man is thanking the addictive game Words With Friends for leading him to a life-saving doctor's visit.
The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is now "monitoring" a number of popular websites, including Facebook, Twitter, WikiLeaks, the HuffPo, Drudge, JihadWatch and Wired Danger Room.
Anyone who follows the tech world knows many granted patents are for software, hardware or methods that will never actually come to market.
Be careful who you friend: an Israeli researcher is claiming that international terrorist organizations are increasingly focusing on social media as a way of drumming up support.
Fraudsters appear to have reengineered a worm first discovered two years ago to steal the names and logins of over 45,000 Facebook users.
So not only is Facebook one of the most popular sites to visit from your computer, it's also got just about the highest penetration rate among mobile users.
A plausible phishing scam is making the rounds, aimed at Apple customers, particularly those who have just received a gadget for Christmas.
A US-based security think tank that recently fell victim to a hack and extract attack is warning subscribers they may be targeted by cyber criminals for voicing their support on Facebook.
Yes, it is the end of the year so the "best of 2011" stories continue to pop up, and this time Facebook games are in the spotlight.