Twitter adds an optional feature to let followers direct-message Twitter users. Previously, only users who followed each other could do so.
Facebook is removing the privacy setting that lets users stop total strangers from finding them, deeming it an 'old' and 'confusing' option.
Social networks have no business asking for credit card numbers unless you're trying to make a purchase.
Facebook is testing a new feature that allows you to see other Facebook users in your immediate vicinity.
Facebook is opening its App Store to users in the United States on Friday, then the rest of the world in the next few weeks.
Facebook is now offering antivirus software from Symantec, Sophos, Microsoft and more. Plus, the Android app has been updated with a rather interesting feature.
These Chrome extensions hosted by Google will take control of your Facebook account to send spam and sell "likes."
Facebook will sue any employer that forces employees and job candidates to fork over their login credentials.
Zynga revealed in its recent SEC filing that it spent almost $1.2 million protecting the CEO and his family.
A recent article is heating up the privacy issue with apps again, this time focusing on text message reading via Facebook's app.
Richard Stallman, founder of the GNU Project and the Free Software Foundation, remains the most outspoken public personality against "non-free" software and recently lashed out against commercial software services that restrict "freedom".
Facebook is shaking up the common theory of six degrees of separation. Kevin Bacon is closer than ever.
Skype users can now make video calls to Facebook friends directly from within the latest beta client.
Many enter debt to pay for the latest techie toy. But technology is a two-edged sword that can also help us save money.