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A prominent public relations firm admits it took aim at Google's Social Circle feature at Facebook's behest, while trying to keep the social network's hand out of view.
France's broadcasting regulator decides that it is un-French to utter the heinous anglicisms "Facebook" and "Twitter."
For E3 2011, OnLive has a series of announcements that cover new games, new hardware, and new platforms.
New York man's alleged contract and e-mails that supposedly gave him 50 percent ownership of the social network are forgeries, new court filing from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg claims.
The tool collects a user's Facebook information and puts it on display in a virtual museum in the form of a video. Some may find it interesting, if a little creepy.
At last someone on Tumblr has begun to document all of those on Facebook who post articles from The Onion as if they were actually true. Behold: Literally Unbelievable.