Sean Bergan has witnessed the turbulent confluence of a heated presidential race and the free-wheeling world of social media.
(AP)—AEG, the sports and entertainment giant that is up for sale, is making it easier to book concert and sports tickets for friends without having to pay for them all at once.
Brandon Caruana thinks friends are ready to swap online social network niceties for trash talk and competition in a virtual arena that challenges people to "TopThat."
US President Barack Obama got an exceptional spike of more than one million "likes" on Facebook this week in his battle with Republican Mitt Romney in the social media space, a monitoring site showed.
As investors agonize over Facebook's future, the online social network used by a seventh of the world's population isn't forgetting the importance of play.
A vest developed in Massachusetts Institute of Technology lets Facebook users hug one another no matter how far apart they are.
Fresh from passing the billion-member mark, Facebook was letting members in the United States pay seven dollars each to have personal posts given priority in feeds seen by their friends.
(AP)—Facebook has long declared that it's "free and always will be." And it still is—unless you want more friends to see what you have to say.
A voice calls application called MindMeld to be available this month promises to know what iPad users want before they do.
Facebook is rolling out a service called Gifts which, as its name suggests, lets users send chocolate, coffee, socks and other real-life presents to one another.