Apologetic wasn’t exactly the tone during Facebook’s announcement of new privacy controls on Wednesday, but users can expect a fresh set of “simpler” options to start rolling out across the site soon.
Least surprising story of the week? The study released Tuesday showing that the playable version of the classic video game Pac-Man on Google’s front page has eaten up five million hours of work time.
Chris Kelly was the one-time privacy czar at Facebook. Now he’s running for attorney general in California. Will the social network’s snafus snare his political hopes?
Twitter’s growing up. And part of that means trying to make some money.
While social disorder reigns on the streets, social networking is getting more users at home.
Need to cool your thirst after endless hours spent tending your digital farm? Nothing like a Farmville-themed Slurpee from 7-11.
Friday, we got word that Justin Long would Mac no more after Apple officially pulled the plug on the clever Mac vs. PC ad series. In tribute, the guys over at One More Thing Podcast have put together a montage of Apple’s Get A …
Do not mess with Lost fans’ hearts.
Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg finally admits his company botched its latest set of changes. Are new privacy controls to come?
They’ve been calling it the TV event of a generation. Who and what? The TV critics ahead of Sunday night’s finale of Lost. But just what did they think of it? Needless to say … SPOILER ALERT so do not read on if you haven’t watched it.
Lost has forced fans to sit through six seasons of pure edge-of-your-seat tension, and it all ends tonight, a fact that makes diehard fans nearly nauseous with anxiety. Could producers screw up the ending of their one true love? …
This kid was in for a surprise.