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The “discovery engine” is catching up to Twitter.
The huge social network said Wednesday that 1.39 billion people log in to Facebook each month to scroll their News Feeds
As USA Today's Jon Swartz pointed out on Twitter, that nearly equals China, the world's most populous country: And it's more
No need to adjust your TV: This is what it looks like if you crammed the profile pictures from all 1.2 billion Facebook members
Listed are merely a few of the categories of Facebook braggart. If you know any of the following culprits, please use caution when dealing with them, as they tend to be highly into themselves and may not notice when you are choking, drowning or in need of immediate medical attention.
On Wednesday, six privacy groups sent a letter to the Federal Trade Commission insisting that new language Facebook wants
Looking for a little affirmation that people like you? You may be more likely to head to Facebook in search of "likes," according to a new study.
The study is the first to relate brain activity to social media use, its lead author Dar Meshi wrote in an email to The Huffington
Packet Storm Security, a firm that employs the "white-hat" hackers who helped report the bug, indicated in a post on Wednesday
At the end of March, Facebook announced that it has 1.11 billion monthly active users. eMarketer found that only 889.3 million
Facebook has lost 10 million users in the US and seen no growth in monthly visitors in the UK over the past year, according
Social media was abuzz Monday with news that Facebook may be losing millions of users per month in the U.S., U.K. and other
Facebook's reported user numbers appear to be off by a country mile. Multiple user accounts seem to be chronic. Moreover, besides run-of-the-mill fakes and duplicates, Facebook's identity-theft-enabling business model is, in my opinion, a disgrace for any U.S. public company.
Facebook increases our self-esteem, which negatively impacts our decision-making skills and judgement, according to Andrew
The median age of members just joining Facebook, originally founded as a social network exclusively for college students
Although I've been a relatively loyal follower of the network through the years, one not-so-minor issue befuddles me: Why does Facebook continuously change its interface against the wishes of its users?
Aren't all members of Facebook, in some respect, lurkers and voyeurs? Yes, but certain people are less noble about it than others. I'd like to call those people out.
If you still haven't gotten timeline, or need some help getting started, here are some tips to make the transition a little easier.