Facebook privacy rumors spread
A rumor about changes to Facebook privacy settings is racing around the social network.
Social media fuels, fights rioters in Great Britain
Both rioters and police have turned to the web as riots and looting continue in Great Britain
Facebook feed fix flummoxes friends
Grouping topics together in Facebook's famous News Feed is leading to hilarious, confusing, and even tasteless results.
Is Amazon.com snooping on your friends?
A new feature automatically adds Facebook and Twitter friends to Amazon's social network for e-book readers.
Break out your BlackBerry: Panic on the streets of London
Organizers of riots that swept through London over the weekend found comfort and aid in obscure messaging system.
New York Times has new online offerings
The New York Times quietly launches a beta site to preview new online projects.
The New York Times scales back TimesPeople
Can a newspaper host a social network? The end of a three-year-old experiment at the New York Times suggests not.
Anonymous takes Oslo bomber’s Twitter account
Hacker group takes over Norway bomber's Twitter account