In order to verify an account, celebrities and other public figures will have to submit an image of a government-issued photo ID.
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Foursquare and Yelp upload names, e-mail addresses and phone numbers, sometimes without explicit permission.
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The Poly 990FX-8150 fails to stand out in a crowded category, offering general and gaming performance bested by machines that cost hundreds less.
Facebook's new timeline offers users a creative way to spice up their profile. Let's take a look at what some intrepid users have done.
The new Acer CloudMobile has just won the iF design award--and Acer couldn't let that go by unnoticed.
This system performs business tasks with ease and delivers just enough multimedia power to keep you from getting too distracted.
Guy makes girlfriend decode binary proposal. It might be the geekiest wedding proposal yet.
A librarian sympathized with a woman's complaints, but maintained that the library "doesn't censor content" and could not monitor what patrons are doing.
This problem was brought to Facebook's attention almost three years ago. The site says it's in the process of moving to new systems that will fully delete images within 45 days.
Forget superthin Ultrabooks that can fit in your purse--these tiny gadgets can fit in your pocket, with room to spare.
A French mapping company had sued Google for "abusing" its dominant market position by making its service free.
Facebook Timeline puts all your information conveniently on display -- here's how to fix that.