Facebook Home Leaked
April 08 2013 4:01 PM
An early version of Facebook Home leaked this morning, and some got a few hours of hands-on time before the app was shut off.
Bill Would Make 'Revenge Porn' A Felony
April 08 2013 9:49 AM
Under a proposed bill, sharing nude photos and video of others without consent in Florida could land you up to five years in jail.
Facebook Home App Officially Unveiled
April 04 2013 6:01 PM
Facebook unveiled the Facebook Home app and the HTC First today, but left many questions unanswered.
Could US Teens Go To Jail For Reading News Online?
April 04 2013 12:23 PM
Minors could become "criminals" by misrepresenting their age to access news sites, according to proposed changes to an anti-hacking law.
Anonymous Hacks North Korea's Social Media
April 04 2013 12:05 PM
Hacktivist group Anonymous claims to have taken over North Korea's Twitter and Flickr accounts, and shut down its official propaganda page.
Is This The Facebook Phone?
April 03 2013 11:25 AM
A leaked image of the HTC First claims to be the first look at the upcoming Facebook Phone.
SEC OKs Fair Disclosure And Social Media
April 02 2013 4:28 PM
Corporations and their executives can now use social media like Facebook and Twitter to spread company information.
Facebook Facing Lawsuit Over Timelines
April 02 2013 4:21 PM
A judge ruled on Monday to reject a counter-suit by Facebook, allowing Timelines Inc. to proceed with a trademark lawsuit.
When Facebook Announces Its Plans For Android On Thursday, What Are Users Most Likely To See?
April 02 2013 12:52 PM
Facebook looks poised to officially announce the Facebook phone this Thursday. These are the features and functions that we'll most likely see.
Gotcha! Chinese Netizens Fooled By Former Google Executive
April 01 2013 12:51 PM
The worst kind of April Fools' prank is the kind you wish was true; former Google exec tells Chinese that Facebook and Twitter are unblocked.
YouTube Announces 2023 Shutdown In April Fools' Prank [VIDEO]
April 01 2013 8:01 AM
In an elaborate April Fools' Day prank, YouTube executives announced that the site will shut down to review its best videos and relaunch in 2023.
- Experience New ‘Twttr’ That Allows Only Consonants Sans Vowels
April 01 2013 4:50 AM
Twitter has announced a new “two-tiered service” called “Twttr” that allows users to tweet only with consonants.
Facebook Phone Release Imminent?
March 30 2013 10:26 AM
Facebook will reportedly introduce a new HTC handset running an "altered" version of Android.
Meet 'Sir Charles Barkley,' The Adorable French Bulldog
March 27 2013 11:17 AM
Meet Sir Charles Barkley, a French bulldog who has charmed thousands of Instagram users with photos of his cute mug, stealing the thunder from Grumpy Cat.
Red Equal Sign Memes: 14 Of The Funniest HRC Symbols Online During Supreme Court Gay Marriage Hearings [PHOTOS]
March 27 2013 8:36 AM
The red equal sign being shared all over Facebook has, of course, turned into a perfect opportunity for social media users to make memes to show their support for the gay marriage hearings at the Supreme Court.
Facebook To Add New 'Reply' Feature By July
March 27 2013 7:56 AM
Facebook plans to add a new 'reply' feature, which will allow users to directly respond to individual comments, by July.
Red Equal Sign Goes Viral On Facebook During Supreme Court Gay Marriage Hearing
March 26 2013 2:26 PM
Facebook became a sea of red on Tuesday with many users posting a photo of a red equal sign in solidarity of the Supreme Court gay marriage hearings.
Pro-Syria Group Hacks BBC Weather Twitter Account [PHOTOS]
March 21 2013 12:43 PM
The BBC's Weather Twitter account was hacked Thursday, posting anti-Semitic tweets to its 60,000 followers.
Facebook Event Live Stream: Watch The Redesigned News Feed Debut Online [VIDEO]
March 07 2013 1:34 PM
Facebook on Thursday introduced a brand-new look to its News Feed. Watch a live stream of the event, here.
Twitter Has Fun With Fake Pope Names
March 01 2013 1:03 PM
#UnlikelyPopeNames is currently trending on Twitter as users have fun coming up with names that will not come up during the College of Cardinals discussion of Pope Benedict XVI's successor.