Influential technology companies and groups want the U.S. government to lift restrictions on publicizing secret requests for user data as the fallout continues over the scale of government surveillance.
They seem frivolous, but stickers have the potential to win back the coveted teen demographic and pull in some cash.
Facebook's Graph Search—the social network's so-called third pillar—rolled out to all American users last week, but it has a long way to go before being useful.
Instagram is finally offering an embed code for users to share public photos and videos on third-party sites.
Google+ already has hashtags, but now the social network is going full-on Facebook by showing you stuff your friends like.
Soon, everyone will be able to search for restaurants their friends like... or single girls that like to get drunk.
Now a new Harris Interactive survey reveals what employers look for and what pictures and posts on Facebook could keep a prospective candidate from getting that perfect job.
This open-source freebie can help you back up the photos you (and your friends) have downloaded. It does have some restrictions, but it's under active development.
Conservative activists say Facebook is banning right-wing users and deleting content that doesn't violate the site's terms of service.
Facebook isn’t the only company betting big on search. LinkedIn on Tuesday delivered its advanced Web-based search features to its pair of mobile apps.