The man behind the world's largest social network has been named Time's Person of the Year.
Stories by Sharon Gaudin
Wonder what people were talking about this past year?
At a tech conference in Paris on Friday, a Microsoft executive confirmed that the company made a failed bid to buy Facebook three years ago.
Google this week reiterated its interest in being able to give users search results before they even know they want them.
Mark Zuckerberg, the billionaire behind Facebook, has pledged to part with a sizable chunk of his fortune for good causes.
Businesses will increasingly turn to social networking tools in 2011, but there will be fewer social platforms for companies to choose from, according to predictions from IT research firm IDC.
Raising the stakes in its war of words, Microsoft today said Google simply doesn't understand what businesses need, and is failing at pushing its way into the enterprise.
Move over PC. The Apple iPad and other tablet devices are turning quite a few heads and chipping away at your business.
While the battle may have been won some time ago, MySpace seems to be calling "uncle" in its competition with Facebook.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg says that in the future, messaging will be much more simple than today's e-mail.
The CEO of Google says he's not worried at all about Facebook's new messaging system.
After Facebook's struggle with one privacy issue after another this year, some in the industry are raising privacy questions about Facebook's new messaging system.
Killing recent rumours that it's launching an e-mail killer, Facebook today unveiled a new messaging system that will envelope e-mail, instant messages, Facebook messages and SMS.
Killing recent rumours that it's launching an email killer, Facebook has unveiled a new messaging system that will envelope email, instant messages, Facebook messages and SMS.
Yahoo is denying reports that the company is in the midst of a 20 per cent reduction of its workforce.