A cascading bug in one of Twitter's infrastructure components, not a hacker, took down the microblogging site twice this week.
The World Wide Web isn't as worldwide as it needs to be, and the gap is getting more pronounced, the search giant's executive chairman says.
After last week's breach of the LinkedIn site, analysts are debating whether the attack will cause long-term damage to the social network.
Users can now see more previews, links and video from desktop or mobile devices.
Apple announcement that it's integrating Facebook into its operating system software should be welcome news for a social network that's taken a lot of hits in recent weeks.
The man who invented the World Wide Web says that the technology is all about being social, so people need to use it to stretch themselves.
By studying the cockroach, researchers at the at the University of California, Berkeley discovered that one of the ways the pests can quickly slip from sight.
Facebook could be a has-been within a few years, according to one analyst. Others aren't as certain that will happen.
Soon, kids younger than 13 may be able to sign up (without lying about their ages, and with parental permission).
Growth of the microblogging site has slowed, but its users' engagement continues to blossom, according to a Pew report.
Facebook has been suffering from intermittent outages since Thursday night and a hacker group is taking responsibility.
A privacy group is calling on the California Assembly to keep Google's self-driving cars off the road.
With its new browser, Yahoo is trying to change not only the search game but also to reverse its image as a troubled company.
Pre-IPO frenzy over as social net's stock sinks below $32 a share.
The much-anticipated public stock sale got off to a shaky start and never gained the astronomical momentum expected.