The travel recommendation service will disappear as of September 1, and its creators plan to release its database under a Creative Commons license.
The local reviews service is shaking things up by limiting how long user reviews can be, and providing tools that let you write a review in under a minute.
Once relatively isolated within Facebook, Questions now has new features that tie it more tightly into the social network's fabric and encourage more people to contribute on the fly.
Zenbe, a mail and messaging start-up, sold some of its intellectual property to Facebook in preparation for the social network's e-mail overhaul.
AT&T says it knows why some upload speeds are sluggish, while Facebook growth has stalled. Also: visiting the Large Hadron Collider.
Facebook's dedication to maintaining a start-up atmosphere even as it becomes massive has persisted far longer than many thought it would. But in 2011, is the end near for this business philosophy?