Keeping tabs on children is a constant struggle for parents. Many parents are turning to the social media giant to help spy on the daily activities of their kids.
The American Consumer Satisfaction E-Business Report is out for 2011 - and Facebook is still holding down the bottom of the social media category.
Google+ showed Shatner the door and is demonstrating a sensitivity uncommon for social sites, just one example of how Google is scrutinizing what's let into the infant platform.
Why Google+ doesn't already have search is a little baffling, but there are a handful of ways to implement the feature without waiting on an official update.
Ever wanted to quiz a journalist from The New York Times? Starting tomorrow, you can have your chance.
Google is gamifying Google News with more than 500 badges so users can rack up status and show others how they do (and don't) follow certain topics.
Sunday's World Cup final broke the tweets-per-second record on Twitter with an astounding 7,196 tweets every second.
Google set phasers to stun and inexplicably froze William Shatner's Google+ profile on Sunday.
Facebook has once again struck back against Google+, this time by banning a user's advertising account after he posted an ad for his Google+ page.
Tom Anderson writes that Google should avoid algorithmic filtering of user feeds in Google+ in favor of more dedicated user controls.
Facebook is planning to launch a new service called Facebook Editions which will create app versions of your favorite news outlets.
With an extremely competitive job market due to limited job growth, recent college graduates are finding it difficult to land a dream job right after leaving school. LinkedIn is offering help to those without work experience.
Facebook is happy to take in all the data it can -- it's getting that information back out that's a problem. Try as it might it can't block every extension: Here are a few ways to pull your data from Facebook.
Connect with customers and build your brand with these five social media marketing strategies for businesses.
The acquisition of indie developer Pop Cap by the massive publisher EA has many people worrying what it means for the future of both companies.