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Facebook Reveals Gehry Design for Ambitious New Campus

Facebook commissions world-renowned architect Frank Gehry to design its first custom-built campus.

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Facebook's iPhone App is New, Improved; Android, Not So Much

It's a reminder of how dismal the Facebook app has been on both platforms for the last few years, and how HTML5 just isn't good enough in its current state for mobile apps like Facebook.

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Real-name Policies Tied With Censorship in Asia

A South Korean court this week struck down a controversial law requiring commenters on Internet forums to use their real names.

Google+ Sucks Up to More Big Shots With Vanity URLs

Google greatly expands the availability of custom URLs for users of its Google+ social networking site, which will make it easier for people and companies to promote their presence.

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Wall Street Wonks Over-React to Questions on Zuckerberg's Leadership

Replacing visionary leaders with professional CEOs isn't always a good idea.

Facebook Messages: A Rundown of Its New Look

Facebook is rolling out a new version of its Messages. While you wait for the changes to hit your account here's what to expect.

Are Your Facebook Friends Ratting You Out?

Don't look now, but the coppers may be leaning on your friends to reveal your Facebook info to them -- with the court's approval.

Are Your Facebook Friends Ratting You Out?

Don't look now, but the coppers may be leaning on your friends to reveal your Facebook info to them -- with the court's approval.

Is Social Media E-discovery's Next Nightmare?

In many ways, the emergence of social media is a replay of the e-discovery challenges posed by email in the 1990s. This time, though, we have that precedent to learn from.

Inside the Social Network

Tim Campos may be CIO of Facebook but he faces the same quandary as his colleagues across the globe, across industries and organisation size.

Apple Pushes iMessage to Avoid SMS Spoof

The Apple messaging technology that enables users to avoid an SMS spoofing bug is under a patent challenge.

Obama Campaign Dominates Social Media

The incumbent's online campaign far exceeds that of GOP challenger Mitt Romney, posting nearly four times the content and staying active on more platforms, a study reveals.

Facebook's IPO Disaster Raises Speculation About Zuckerberg's Future

Talk has turned to whether a seasoned business person could better lead Facebook, while 28-year-old Zuckerberg, with his gray t-shirts and hoodies, could focus on the technology.

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