Google today pulled the curtain back on Google+ (or Google Plus), a social network designed to go toe-to-toe with Facebook while emphasizing something Facebook doesn't: privacy.
Ladies and gents, an official Facebook app is finally coming to the iPad. That's right, it took Mark Zuckerberg and his squad over a year to make one, and it should light the world on fire just like the social network's iPhone app did back in 2007.
It looks like Facebook is hard at work on either a brand new photo sharing app or a huge new addition to its existing app. According to screenshots and documents acquired by TechCrunch, this new system will allow you to share photos with your friends based on where you are and who you're with.
Eric Schmidt, who served as Google's CEO from 2001 until about two months ago, is speaking candidly about what decisions the company makes that effect us all. One big one: facial recognition, Schmidt said, is something he thinks can...
Reuters is reporting that social network Facebook and search giant Google are both potential companies looking to buy out Skype for about $3-4 billion to bolster their respective video chat services. Is video chat really that valuable?
While China still blocks some of America's most popular social media services, Japan's office of the Prime Minister took the recent earthquake disaster as an opportunity join the ranks of Facebook and Twitter.
Would you want to stream video of everything you see right to a social networking site such as Facebook? No? Well stay away from these Eyez video recording glasses then!
You've got plenty of ways to stream movies these days. Netflix, Hulu, iTunes, and so on. But hey, why not Facebook too?
Need even faster access to stalk your friends on Facebook? Faster than your fingers can click the mouse? S.N.A.K. — the Social Network Access Keyboard with way too many Facebook shortcut keys is the way to go.
Facebook is lighting the web on fire again with changes to its "Like" and "Share" buttons. In a move to make the Like button even more prominent and ubiquitous, Facebook will be ending development for the Share button, with the Like button taking over from here on out. So what's the fuss? Privacy and confusion.