You "like" things, but do you really "want" them? Facebook would like to know. The social media heavyweight is testing a feature that lets users create "wish lists" of home furnishings, clothing and other retail products, laying the groundwork for what some believe could be an eventual push into e-commerce.
Facebook has vowed to take action against users of its social network who set up pages that laud and celebrate the actions of criminals.
While many people busied themselves today mulling over the actual philosophical significance of Facebook’s social platform (or else lack thereof), Wall Street had its mind on something else – the brief flash of an image towards the end of Facebook's new chair ad.
Facebook is rolling out a new feature which will allow users to purchase and send real, physical gifts to each other.
Facebook has started deleting thousands of fake “likes” on popular pages, according to rankings shared on Pagedata.
A US judge has declared a mistrial in a murder case after the defendant's lawyer posted a picture of the man's underwear on Facebook, marking one of the most bizarre cases where the internet has interfered in a trial.
Rovio has teamed up with US punk rock band Green Day for a musical themed episode of Angry Birds Friends.
Mark Zuckerberg may have conquered the internet at a young age, but investor's doubts about Facebook have seen his personal fortune drop by $9 billion.
Facebook has reported a loss of $157 million in the second quarter of the year, causing shares to plummet only two months after the company went public.
Internet giants including Google, Facebook, Amazon and eBay have banded together to set up the Internet Association in order to lobby the US government on important internet issues.
The London 2012 Summer Olympics is embracing social media, including live athlete questions and answers, blogs of the events, and feeds from a wide variety of websites, including Facebook and Twitter.
Digg, once one of the internet's biggest social content voting sites, has been sold for a measly $500,000, highlighting the intense competition in the field.
UKFast, a hosting specialist in the UK, has revealed what it believes are the top 10 cyber security failings of 2012, showing a surprising amount of complacency among people when going online.
Facebook has announced that it, along with a consortium of other investors and firms, is investing into the development of the Asia Pacific Gateway, a new undersea cable that aims to increase the speed, availability, and reliability of internet access in South and East Asia.
Facebook has settled with a group of five users who sued over the use of their names, "likes", and images in Facebook's "Sponsored Story" advertising, which derives a user's friends' likes of advertiser pages to create an endorsed advertisement for that product.
Yahoo and Facebook, locked into a patent lawsuit with each other, have been granted a two-week extension by a federal judge in order to discuss settlement possibilities.
Facebook has bought facial recognition firm Face.com for up to $60 million, according to sources close to the company.
According to 9to5mac, Facebook will be integrated into iOS 6 in a system wide fashion, similar to what iOS already has with Twitter.
According to fresh rumours, Facebook might be looking at snapping up Norwegian web-browser maker Opera. There have been plenty of talks about a wide range of things from Facebook, mostly smartphones, but a browser has been mentioned in the past and this could be a fast track way for the company to get one.