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Pope Benedict XVI will extend his online presence to Twitter and start answering questions put to him via the social network in English and seven other languages.
If you have the latest Facebook app for Android or iPhone, you'll now see a notification about photo sync when you visit your timeline using your handset.
A guy who posted a picture of himself holding what he claims is one of the two winning tickets from Wednesday’s Powerball jackpot perpetrated a hoax.
A Senate bill that, at one point, would have protected e-mail privacy has gone the opposite way, and would allow government surveillance of online services without a warrant if passed into law.
Twitter announces a handful of updates for its website and mobile apps, with an emphasis on finding and sharing content.
If wishing a Facebook friend on his birthday isn't enough, users can now attach real gifts to their greeting with an expanded gift service that the social networking Web site announced on Thursday.
This brand-new crowdfunding platform is targeted specifically at software developers.
Facebook, under extreme pressure to cheer up its disappointed investors, posted revenue growth of more than 30 percent in its third quarter on Tuesday, and beat Wall Street expectations, but also recorded a loss.
Firefox 16 adoption, meanwhile, is right on track despite an early security glitch, researcher Chitika says.
Facebook confirmed it has patched a security hole related to its phone number search.
Twitter on Wednesday released an update to its cross-platform TweetDeck client. The update offers a second, lighter theme, and other small improvements.
On Thursday, Facebook says it now has more than 1 billion monthly active users -- more than any other social network in the world.
A new feature added to Foursquare Tuesday sends you an alert each time your friend checks in on the service.
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Facebook's CEO also said that the site made a mistake when it decided to start developing for the Web first, using HTML 5, rather than focusing on native apps.