From private jets to stunning salaries and jaw-dropping user data, here's a look at some of the most surprising facts from Facebook's IPO.
Those small modules in the margin of your screen promote a company or product with endorsements from your friends and contacts who "like" or "follow" the brand.
You probably have a handful of Facebook friends who post too often, play too many games or share too many pictures.
Facebook opened the floodgates to its "new class of apps" this week, unveiling its partnership with more than 60 applications.
As hackers up the ante with attacks, Facebook users need to take extra precautions and exercise better judgment to ensure their accounts--and their personal information--stay safe. Here are four ways to do so.
Tech companies go to painstaking lengths to keep new products confidential with "secret" product codenames. Here's an insider's look at some of the most unusual codenames.
With more than 1.1 million LinkedIn Groups, users are bound to find professionals that share similar interests and goals--LinkedIn has groups for CIOs, IT professionals, social media enthusiasts, and more.
Sometimes the ads that appear in your Google search results or in Gmail are a bit of a mystery.
According to professional social network LinkedIn, mentors play a key role in helping women "shatter the glass ceiling."
Is your job search lagging? Not seeing the results you'd like? Check out these ten expert tips from CIO.com's Kristin Burnham to enhance your search.
With Facebook's constant stream of changes, keeping up with your privacy settings can be daunting. Here's a rundown of the newest features, what the changes mean to your privacy and how to update your settings.
Facebook's new version of the profile, called Timeline, might reveal more about your past than you'd like. Here's how to take control of your digital life.
If you noticed you're no longer receiving emails when people friend you or post to your wall, you're not alone. Here's what Facebook changed, and to bring back your original settings.
Last week, reports surfaced that Facebook was testing a new friend list feature that bore a striking resemblance to Google+ Circles.