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Facebook bans Selena Gomez


Selena Gomez has had her Facebook account disabled. (Credit: TMZ) Do you remember when Facebook banned Mark Zuckerberg last year? Well, here we go again. This time it's Selena Gomez's turn. No, not that Selena Gomez. A girl in New... Continue Reading →

Facebook S-1 Amendment: New Stats From Q1 2012 And More


Facebook on Monday filed an amendment to its S-1 documents originally submitted to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on February 1. With its IPO date reportedly set for May 17, the social networking giant has published new stats that reflect growth and... Continue Reading →

Facebook Now Has 901 Million Users


Facebook disclosed on Monday that it has 901 million users, making it likely that it will pass the 1 billion mark well before the end of the year. The company, which dropped the stat in its amended S-1 filing, also notes... Continue Reading →

Hurt ex gets six months for posting girl’s nude pics on Facebook


(Credit: Chris Matyszczyk/CNET) So many have experienced the pain. She tells you she's leaving. She tells you she's taking her pots, her pans, and all her "Twilight" tomes. You weep. You plug Nilsson's "Without You" into your ears on permanent... Continue Reading →

Path: The smaller, simpler alternative to Facebook


With dead-simple functionality and an elegant user interface, Path for Android and iPhone aims to bring social networking back to its roots, where "friends" are actually friends, and posts are actual moments. Path's posting options swing open when you tap... Continue Reading →

Facebook denies accessing users’ text messages


Social network says a Sunday Times report that it is using smartphone apps to access text message data is "completely wrong." Facebook is being accused of snooping on its users' text messages, but the social network says the accusations are... Continue Reading →

Facebook Canada Hosts Youth Focused Hack-a-thon


Hack-a-thons are becoming popular ways to get a massive group of hackers together for a manic, usually overnight blitz to code something cool. Hack for a Cause is one of the newest to apply that Red Bull-fueled creativity to social... Continue Reading →

With Timeline, Facebook Bids To Reinvent The Social Biography


As a Harvard buddy of Mark Zuckerberg, Samuel Lessin had early access to Facebook in 2004. The then-nascent web site instantly became a part of his life. “The sum of those conversations was how I expressed myself,” he says, “it’s... Continue Reading →

Facebook Timeline: The Next Step Is Coming Soon


Last night I went in search of an answer to a question that has vexed this industry for weeks: When will Facebook Timeline officially launch to the masses? The world’s most popular social network was holding a tiny gathering in downtown NYC, where I’d... Continue Reading →

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