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As Facebook moves to gather more and more data from its users, some people are getting rather anxious to know what Facebook really knows...

Facebook kicked off its F8 developer conference with a large number of product announcements by the company's founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg and other...

Facebook today announced a major new feature that could put renewed pressure on Google+ and Twitter to out-innovate the social networking market leader. Facebook users can now choose to allow others to asymmetrically follow them thanks to the new (and optional) “subscribe button”– just like on Twitter and Google+. This is an opt-in feature, so you may not see it on every Facebook profile. The fact that Facebook even decided to go into this direction, however, shows that it may be changing its views on how “relationships” on the service should work and that it took a closer look at the success that Twitter and Google+ are having with this model.

Anonymous, the loose-knit organization of hackers and activists that grew out of the 4chan messageboard, has claimed responsibility for a number of high-profile hacks,...

Facebook just announced the launch of its new messaging app for Android and iOS devices.

In some corners of the Internet, the battle between Google’s +1 buttons and Facebook’s and Twitter’s equivalent sharing tools has already been decided. According...

It’s long been rumored that Facebook is working on adding some kind of music product to its feature set. What exactly that will look like remains to be seen, but Jeff Rose, an enterprising developer just discovered some code in the application Facebook uses to distribute its new video chat plugin that the company just launched yesterday. In this code, he found a reference to “Facebook Vibes.” While it’s not clear what Vibes will do, the fact that it will be a downloadable piece of software points toward an experience that will be similar to Google Music or iTunes in the Cloud (assuming, of course, that “Vibes” is really a music product).

During a press conference at its Silicon Valley headquarter today, Facebook’s founder Mark Zuckerberg announced the company’s new Skype-powered video chat feature. Thanks to...

There has been a lot of discussion around Facebook’s face recognition-based photo tagging feature lately, but putting your picture up on Facebook can have...

Facebook today announced the launch of its improved Comments Box plugin. Among the highlights are improved moderation tools for publishers and a new algorithm...

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