Can Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook Replace Newspapers?
Mark Zuckerberg says he wants Facebook to be like your own personal newspaper. Can that work?
American Idol And Twitter Team Up For Live TV Polls
American Idol will start displaying real-time Twitter polls during the show.
Sandy Hook 'Tribute' Pages Will Be Deleted By Facebook
Facebook agrees to remove excessive Sandy Hook tribute pages.
HTC One Reactions Flood Twitter, But What Are People Saying?
Is HTC's new flagship phone awesome or terrible?
Cyberbullying Doesn't End After Graduation
It's not just children cyberbullying, and anti-virus companies are on it
Facebook's Got Your Back On Stalker Watch
Beta-testing Graph Search limiting what people can see, especially about minors
President Obama Converses With The Internet
Obama blasts the GOP filibuster of Defense Secretary nominee Chuck Hagel, talks climate change, gun control, and more
Col. Chris Hadfield Makes A Splash From Space
Like millions of other users on Tumblr, Chris Hadfield uploads photos and video of his everyday life onto his blog. But unlike anyone else out there, Hadfield does it from low earth orbit aboard the International Space Station.
Vine Gets 17+ Age Rating After Porn Controversy
Vine's innocence may have been shattered, but it's still trying to preserve yours.
Facebook Tries To Explain Why It Blocked Vine, Doesn't Succeed
Following controversy regarding Facebooks apparent decision to block Twitter's new Vine application from accessing the social network's database to find friends, the company announced revised partnership policies on Friday.
Facebook Blocks Vine Just Hours After Launch
On Thursday, Twitter officially announced that it released and purchased a new video-sharing service called Vine. The new app had quite the first day, marked by intense interest and a generally positive reception. So when it was blocked by Facebook only hours after it launched, it raised many eyebrows.