Facebook is now allowing teenagers to share their posts on the social network with anyone on the Internet, raising the risks of minors leaving a digital trail that could lead to trouble.
Children and teenagers with special needs have a quick and easy way to connect with each other, thanks to a social networking website.
Camo — short for camouflage — is a type of uniform often worn by service members to keep them alive. But camo is also the name of a new social network to help keep military families connected.
A site called We Love Long Beach is offering people a chance to get involved and get informed about what’s going on in their neighborhood.
Facebook is influencing what news gets read online as people use the Internet’s most popular hangout to share and recommend content.
Facebook says it will share the technology behind the servers that power its massive online social network.
With “friends” like Mickey Mouse and Uncle Sam jumping into the social networking game, who has time for enemies?
For the First Lady, there is such a thing as too many friends — or too many enemies.
The sci-fi smash “Inception” and the Facebook drama “The Social Network” took top screenplay honors Saturday night at the Writers Guild Awards.
The Facebook drama “The Social Network” had the lead Sunday at the Golden Globes with three prizes, among them best director for David Fincher and screenplay for Aaron Sorkin.
Old-fashioned Oscar bait and youthful, edgy drama butt heads at Sunday’s 68th annual Golden Globes, where the regal 1930s saga “The King’s Speech” and the contemporary Web tale “The Social Network” contend for top honors.
The National Society of Film Critics on Saturday selected “The Social Network” as the best picture of 2010.
The Facebook tale “The Social Network,” the British monarchy drama “The King’s Speech” and the sci-fi blockbuster “Inception” were among best-picture nominees Tuesday for the Producers Guild of America Awards.