The Web giant says it will expand its campus, which is just down the road from Microsoft's headquarters, as it beefs up its engineering group.
Ted Ullyot will depart his post as the social network's head lawyer. Ullyot was the company's first general counsel and one of its first "grown-ups."
Both companies hail from Microsoft's home state of Washington and will get access to its technology assets and expertise, as well as its funding.
CNET goes behind the scenes to learn about the much-anticipated next title from the creators of Halo.
The company released positive early third-quarter results, which will likely ease Wall Street's growing concerns.
It appears that Facebook isn't keen on sharing the details with it constituents regarding what brought the site to its knees on Thursday.
Legal dealings between Apple and Samsung just keep getting messier. The latest is Samsung requesting that some of Apple's attorneys be removed from case for having worked for Samsung on a previous matter.
Ted Ullyot has worked for the White House, a billion-dollar hedge fund, and AOL. Like just about everyone else at Facebook, he went to Harvard, too.
As "Cars 2" opens, fans of Lightning McQueen can visit the Cars 2 World Grand Prix Attraction amusement park in Hollywood, and enjoy a special setup of real cars located just inside the fairgrounds.
Not everyone knew it, but Google lets U.S. sports fans check sports scores live as games progress through its search engine.