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Facebook hopes a large wood working shop installed in one of its buildings on the Facebook campus will inspire some of its employees to apply some new thinking to the jobs they were hired to do.
With its new woodshop, Facebook hopes employees will chomp at the bit to build things that won't crash.
The social network clarifies its data use policies in the wake of a class-action lawsuit settlement.
Following conversations on Twitter just got easier with a new iOS, Android, and desktop update.
The U.S., of course, led the list of countries fighting for access to Facebook’s user account data.
This collection of videos, information, and links will put you in the know on all the nominees and their illustrious bodies of work. Or just their bodies.
Apps that use Facebook Login now have to separate the sign-in process from asking your permission to share activity.
If This Then That decided to make up with Twitter after almost a year apart. Now IFTTT users can use their favorite tweet triggers again.
Vine might be winning the social video-sharing war, but it’s hard to tell without more detail.
After snatching up social traffic app Waze in June, Google is finally adding the app’s crowdsourced incident reports its own mobile Maps.
Hot-button tweets will now display more context with Twitter's related headlines feature.
Powered by LinkedIn's 200 million users, the new service returns a treasure trove of data on colleges, so you can see where alumni live and work, among other data.
The use of tools to detect malicious patterns in apps led Facebook to temporarily disable some legitimate third-party apps that integrate with the social networking website.
Facebook adds OpenTable integration, movie times, and TV listings to mobile pages.
Timehop and Facebook's "On This Day" feature can teach us a few life lessons, such as: Hey, you check in at too many bars.