Facebook is one of the few large companies that I’m not convinced will be dominant or even around in five years. With each new update, I feel like the company is going backward — not forward
A gang of international cybercrooks has resurrected a six-year-old Trojan virus named Zeus, using it to harvest personal information and drain unsuspecting victims’ bank accounts.
The concept is simple: Like Pepsi on Facebook and get a free can of Pepsi from a space-age vending machine that doesn’t accept money — it only accepts Facebook Likes. It’s a great marketing stunt, no?
A recent open letter from Women, Action & the Media on the topic of violence against women has elicited a response from Facebook.
Facebook’s disappointing IPO and sluggish stock price don’t tell us a thing about the company’s signficance — or even its long-term potential to please investors.
Take heart: There are ways to rid your Facebook News Feed of annoying posts.
A few weeks ago, Facebook switched things up in a way that briefly left me wondering if I was going prematurely senile. Now that I more or less understand what’s going on, I’m an unhappy camper.
An iPhone app aims to make it a whole lot easier to find things to do among millions of listings from Facebook and elsewhere.
Upcoming tweaks will give Facebook’s Android home screen better tools for managing apps and the ability to initiate Chat Head chats.
Well, that didn’t take long.
Facebook’s Trusted Contacts feature lets you specify friends who can participate in the password-recovery process.