Facebook seems to be experiencing some sort of weird, partial site outage.
Kids! You can now post public Facebook updates. The feature is rolling out today.
Facebook deep-sixes a misleading privacy feature, but fails to backfill with a better one.
New privacy setting update means users can no longer go incognito
Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr and Flickr get the lock screen treatment.
If you don’t want your posts appearing when a complete stranger performs a Facebook graph search, you’ll want to set your profile and status updates to private.
I have no idea why it took Facebook so long to implement editing, but I’m glad they did.
You know that feeling when you’ve just had an emptiness inside the very core of your soul for your entire life, and then that void – that deep, dark, empty, tear-soaked pit – is finally filled?
Facebook is ready to make you a star in commercials whether you want to be or not.
Careful who you associate with online: Companies are starting to look at your social media history as part of the decision to offer you a loan.
Users will be able to invite up to 50 “contributors” on a shared album, each of whom can upload an additional 200 photos.
Two MIT students were having trouble finishing their dissertations because of Facebook. Time for some high-tech weaning.