Whether you like it or not, Facebook will switch your profile over to the timeline format over the next few weeks (if they haven't already). My experience has been mostly enjoyable, but Timeline Movie Maker takes it one step further, by turning it into a nostalgic video.
You've probably run aground of Facebook's new Timeline format somewhere. Maybe you already opted in. If you haven't, click around to a few of your friends and you're bound to see someone's timeline (unless, that is — gasp! — you're not one of Facebook's 800 million or so users). If you like it, well good! You're about to use it. If not, well, uh Well
If you like to update your Facebook wall on a minute by minute basis, whipping out your phone to like things or check in when you go somewhere can be a real pain. The LikeBelt makes the process easier by allowing you to post updates automatically with a few pelvic thrusts.
How obsessed are you with Facebook? If you feel the need to check up on your news feed or update your profile once you're already in bed, then I've got the bed for you.
You've probably seen a hacked Facebook account before — you receive a private message from someone you haven't talked to since middle school or your mom posts a link on your wall that says, "Click here to win a free iPad." Unfortunately, Facebook users are vulnerable to many different kinds of attacks. Take a look at the infographic below for details on how to keep your account hooligan-free.
What do you do if you manage to hack Grammy award-winning and controversial dresser Lady Gaga's Twitter and Facebook accounts? Go phishing and pretend you're giving away iPads to her millions of "little monsters." That's what hackers tried to do yesterday, before the the hacking ended.
Picking a seat for a flight has always been a spin on the roulette wheel. Will you have someone interesting to talk with, or will you be stuck in the screaming baby section? Now Dutch airline KLM wants to take out some of the guesswork, by letting you pick your seat neighbors on Facebook.
As if we needed more proof that Facebook remembers everything a user does on its website, 24-year-old Max Schrems of Vienna, Austria asked Facebook for a copy of all the data the social network has on file for him and not surprisingly, he got back a CD with a whopping 1,222 PDFs documenting his every move.
Attention people of New Zealand! You are officially small enough to qualify to get Facebook's new "Timeline" redesign ahead of everybody else in the world (who don't already have the beta). Yes, New Zealanders, Mark Zuckerberg and pals love you.
Regular people like you and I might use Twitter and Facebook to vent and share adorable cat pics, but according to the Associated Press, the CIA is combing through millions of our digital scraps for counterterrorism and counterproliferation purposes. Big Brother, is that you?