Several months after Facebook first started rolling out Timeline to the public, the social network has formally announced Timeline's expansion to brand- and business-focused pages.
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Facebook is working with mobile operators to make phone-based payments easier and has launched an effort to standardize HTML5.
Apple's new Mountain Lion OS, which was previewed Thursday, includes a sharing feature readily available in most apps, but notably absent from the list of services is Facebook.
iOS 5 offered systemwide Twitter integration; Apple says similar integration is coming to the Mac in Mountain Lion. But what about Facebook?
In a move that's unlikely to sit well with privacy advocates, the FBI has begun scouting for a tool that will allow it to gather and mine data from social networks like Facebook.
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Facebook will soon foist its new Timeline feature on users as part of its plan to update its interface.
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