The list of tech companies that made business mistakes and didn't address them immediately includes Amazon, Apple, Dell, HP, Intel, and Sony, among others.
Analysis: ZoneAlarm SocialGuard is a good start toward getting Facebook creeps and other threats away from your kids.
The new Commercial Privacy Bill of Rights aims to protect your privacy from evil data brokers. Unfortunately, it contains more wrongs than rights.
Scope change, empty suits, kickbacks -- beware IT consultants looking to turn your IT project into their cash cow.
A new service called Reppler aims to protect your Facebook rep from, well, your own stupidity. I give it an A for effort and a B- for execution.
The Are You In? Facebook app is more tired than wired -- and clearly not ready for the Oval Office.
Analysis: Cloud Girlfriend offers lonely pathetic guys a fake Facebook ladyfriend to fool their friends -- a geek's dream?
Facebook has begun using subscribers' faces in sponsored advertisements. The next stop? Ads inside Farmville and other Facebook apps.
Here are eight ways to help speed progress on critical IT projects and make your department look good.
Well, not really. But I could be, and so could you, thanks to a plan by the US military to create fake online personae to spread pro-US propaganda.
Facebook is waging war on fake profiles. But the real victims may be people who hide behind fake names for very real reasons.
Analysis: If you are in the midst of committing a felony, you may not want to tweet about it or update your status to reflect that.
Analysis: Google has filed for a patent on technology that uses facial recognition and social networks to identify you. Creeped out yet?
Breakup Notifier alerts you when friends change relationship status. Dating -- and data mining -- will never be the same again.
The war between security firm HBGary and Anonymous reveals a new tactic: using fake social network profiles to gather information.