In the United States, nearly two-thirds of Internet users have a social networking account but those who use it most often are not the typical tech adopters.
News stories about Facebook reaching a staggering one trillion page views are completely erroneous.
While there's been a lot of talk about the fate of Facebook now that Google+ is up and kicking, Facebook says it really doesn't care.
It appears the Zuckerberg entrepreneurial spirit will live on in another Zuckerberg.
After being called "a**holes," the Winklevoss twins have written an amazingly long response to the president of Harvard.
The Winklevoss brothers may look like they have it all, but they didn't really score any favors with the head of their university.
Next week isn't just the anniversary of America's independence.
One out of every 10 people in the entire planet is now on Facebook.
Facebook is organizing its efforts to branch out to the iPhone and iPad, but doesn't want Apple in its way.
A UK woman who admitted to contacting a defendant while she was on the jury of her trial will be imprisoned for eight months.
The process of logging into Facebook just got a bit more secure and a bit more complicated... but only if you want it.
Facebook has just rolled out a new feature that could become the new "Like" button.
An appeals court has just put the kibosh on Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss's push to get more money out of Mark Zuckerberg.
Facebook's latest acquisition is an effort to improve its messaging system, as the social networking site works to improve its own message service.
If you're anything like me, the only shot you ever have at catching a woman's eye is when she's on the rebound. And that is why there's a new app on Facebook that lets users monitor whenever someone changes their relationship status from "in a relationship" to "single."
If Facebook's list of relationship status options don't exactly fit you, then maybe this change will help. The social networking site has just added "In a domestic partnership" and "In a civil union," to accommodate those who cannot officially be "married."
It looks like Facebook is going to have to change the address in its "Info" page, as the company is looking to buy a huge corporate campus that used to belong to computer manufacturing company Sun.
If you made any of your Facebook profile information publicly accessible for all to see, there's a good chance you are already a potential mate on Lovely-Faces.com. The only problem if you've never heard of that site.
Despite rumors circulating that an upcoming product launch from HTC would be an official "Facebook phone," the social networking site is saying categorically today that it is not in any such partnership with HTC.
The entire point of mugshots is basically to publicly embarrass the criminal for committing an illegal act. And if a California city has its way, that level of public humiliation will reach a whole new level.