Yahoo has sued social networking giant Facebook over the alleged infringement of 10 of its patents.
Rovio has finally launched Angry Birds on Facebook, along with several new features, including power-ups and Facebook-exclusive levels.
21 companies, including Facebook, Google and Yahoo, have been ordered by an Indian court to remove “offensive” material from their websites or face being blocked. So far Facebook and Google have announced their compliance with the ruling.
Facebook, with close to a billion users now, is a perfect data mining treasure for any intelligence service that would control it – but what about Google's combination of tracking and searching capabilities? Or Microsoft's rumoured backdoors in Windows for the US intelligence?
What looks to be quite a significant update for Skype has just been made available, which most notably brings with it Full HD video-calling support, Facebook integration and Group Screen Sharing features.
Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, has defended hackers in a lengthy letter on what he considers a growing misconception about a skill which he says is essential to his company's success.
Zynga has denied allegations that it plagiarised other companies' games, a controversy that has engulfed the highly-successful social gaming firm.
Facebook is to file an initial public offering request worth $5 billion today, a move which will set it on the road to becoming a public company.
As you probably know, Facebook has launched their new Timeline profile which allows users to rediscover things they shared, including new experiences, songs they have listened to or the distance they ran. The popular social networking site has introduced some new apps that you can use to enhance your Timeline.
A number of lawmakers in Congress who previously supported the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) have switched sides and now oppose the proposed bill, a result of mass protests by internet users and companies and a blackout of a number of popular websites.
Facebook has fixed an embarassing bug that allowed private photos, including those of founder Mark Zuckerberg, to be accessed by anyone using the website.
If you're one of the millions of users that are running into all sorts of problems with Facebook's Android app we've got some good news, Facebook has announced a new app for Android that should be available by the time you're reading this, or not long thereafter. The app is a total re-design in many
Australians use Facebook during some of the most intimate moments of life, according to a recent survey, suggesting that social networking is becoming a growing obsession.
India wants search engine and social networking firms to censor the internet, claiming that it is “unacceptable” that offensive content is allowed to remain on their websites.
Facebook has banned the name of an Irish town, labelling it as “offensive”, which raises questions over whether or not profanity filters are causing more problems than they solve.
Are you a heavy user of the SMS feature on your mobile phone? If so, Facebook's recent announcement might be just the thing you need to keep those fingers of yours even busier while on the move. Apparently, the world's most popular online social networking service has just unveiled its new Messenger standalone app which
Now this has got to be an interesting little “feature” of sorts for Facebook, if there ever was one. Apparently, it is now possible for Android users to receive push notifications from Facebook on their smartphones even though the feature has yet to make its way down to the official Facebook app for Android. And
The sister of founder Mark Zuckerberg, has decided to leave Facebook to start her own company. Here is why
Having a phone specially designed to allow for making quick updates to Facebook sounds like the kind of device any Facebook junkie would love to have, but what is an OEM like HTC to do if it wants to market its Facebook-oriented smartphone in China, where the popular online social networking service has been blocked? Simple:
Facebook's response to Google's announcement of Google+ was just announced and it looks like Facebook is retaliating by adding some expected and some unexpected features. The one feature that was much rumoured was video calls in co-operating with Skype and this turned out to be one of the new additions that will be arriving to