If you want to know who your friends and acquaintances are dating or where they grew up, you no longer need to wait for them to share those details on Facebook -- the site has introduced a new 'Ask' button, allowing users to send unsolicited requests for personal information.
According to one company, the social network stole the idea for the geo-based Find Friends Nearby, which helps people locate new acquaintances. Facebook says it was just a test.
Some will surely view the new, more personalized search feature as a nice way to easily find posts and photos on a given topic from friends and acquaintances. But not everyone is happy about Search Plus. What are your early thoughts?
Digital photo wallet is another way to annoy acquaintances
IBM researchers develop technology to help people recall events, names of new acquaintances, and details of a conversation in their context with the use of cell phone and PC.
Can you become addicted to social media? Are active social-media users better at multitasking? A video from AsapSCIENCE shows us how social media is changing our brains.
There's no chance of hurt feelings, but the upshot is that you'll see a lot less of their wonder-of-me moments in your News Feed every day.
When the 105 freeway closed because a man was threatening to jump from an overcrossing, what would good citizens do? Why, get out of their cars and take group selfies.
Jeff Weiner leaves all other US chief executives in the dust by garnering a 100 percent approval rating in employee-driven Glassdoor survey.
Joe Euteneuer, the carrier's chief financial officer, says he likes the Framily plan because it turns customers into "marketing advocates."