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Some U.S. lawmakers have ad a change of heart about the controversial copyright enforcement bills.
Security researchers are worried that the alleged Russia-based authors of Koobface, a piece of malicious software that plagued social networking sites such as Facebook, may slip away before law enforcement can catch them.
A new phishing attack that's spreading through Facebook chat modifies hijacked accounts in order to impersonate the social network's security team.
T-Mobile is offering a calling service for iPhone and iPad users, even though it doesn't sell those devices.
Google will start rolling out on Tuesday a tight integration between its search engine and two of its social media sites, Google+ and Picasa Web.
Little-known company Globaltel was awarded a patent last year that it claims Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, Nokia, most phone makers, and every carrier in the world infringes.
In an effort to challenge programmers worldwide, Facebook has brought back its Hacker Cup contest for a third round.
It's all about secrets here on the remains of the day, whether it be Apple's trade secrets, the secrets of crossing the U.S. border with just an iPad, or the secret goodies hidden inside a new year's promotion at Japanese Apple Stores.
Joining its fellow social-networking companies in the public release of internal code, LinkedIn has opened sourced software obtained in October with its purchase of the IndexTank search-engine software provider.
Facebook spammers have started using rogue browser extensions to prolong the life of their scams, researchers from Web security vendor Websense warned.
Greenpeace International has ended a long-running campaign calling on Facebook to "unfriend coal" as a source of energy for its data centers, after Facebook agreed to promote clean and renewable energy.
Facebook Timeline organizes your status updates, photos, and profile changes into an interactive timeline–and now it's available to the masses.
We've announced our App Gems Awards for 2011. Now get the inside scoop on which iOS apps captured our attention in the past year.
Zite on Friday announced the availability of its newsreading app on the iPhone, wrapping up an exceptionally busy week that saw Flipboard and Google also announce new offerings.
The social networking service on Thursday released Twitter 4.0 for iPhone and announced a new, unified design.