The social network sends out an invite to a November 1 press event for its gifting service, but offers no other clues about the upcoming news.
People have gotten used to how the social network works. And that's a problem when the company releases new products.
Sure, sending gifts via Facebook could eventually become a $1 billion business. But for now, it's key in other ways vital to the social network's future.
The social network continues its quest for e-commerce dollars with new Facebook Gifts partnerships.
The Facebook Gifts event is on again, this time for November 15, a little deeper into the shopping season, after Hurricane Sandy forced a postponement.
The social networking giant has scotched a couple of events -- including one for Facebook Gifts -- scheduled this week because of the hurricane.
You don't have to be Tom Hanks to interact with Zoltar. You just have to shell out $9,000 to have him delivered to your home.
CNET reporters converge on Apple stores in Paris, New York, and San Francisco for the debut of the iPhone 5.
Google has quietly released social-activity service Schemer, which is using Google , and which is currently in invitation-only beta.
The iPhone 4S hits stores today and CNET's team of reporters is covering all the action.