After several prior failed attempts to challenge social media behemoth Facebook, Google introduced a new service on Tuesday that it hopes will finally do the trick. Called the Google+ project, it’s currently only available to a select group of Google users — they’ll soon be able to invite others — an…
The new issue of "Newsweek" magazine sports a rather bizarre cover featuring a digitally-aged Princess Diana walking with her new daughter-in-law, Kate Middleton. They also decided to produce an image of what her Facebook page might look like. Weird.
At this point, police departments should really just assign someone to monitor Facebook. Because from the stories we keep seeing, it seems to produce more confessions than the cops ever did. Here's the latest.
If you're deep in debt, here's a tiny bit of relief. You know that debt collector who's been trying to hunt you down? Now he can't legally harass your long lost friends from elementary school to get you to pay up. Read why on the next page!
There are certain things on Facebook you want the world to see, like photos at your niece's baptism. And there are things you don't want anyone but your close friends to see, like the photos from when you got drunk at the baptism and skinny dipped.
Got one of those friends who constantly floods Facebook with photos? Like, you haven't talked to her since high school, but you've seen 8,000 pictures of every vacation she's taken in the past five years? Why does she do that? Find out on the next page!