Facebook's staggering growth rolls over critics on issues from ease of use to user privacy.
Twitter in Japan is like Twitter in the U.S. except the translation of tweet is 'mumble.'
The German government agency that is in charge of consumer protection may take legal measures if it finds the social network's changes to privacy controls don't meet German data-protection standards.
Children returned to class Tuesday after three primary school stabbings last week. On Web chat rooms and blogs, commentators pointed to China's repressive one-party rule, and raised concerns that the young were an easy target of those seeking to avenge anger over corruption and inequality.
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Online comic books offer a more immersive experience, even as collectors savor hard copies.
Facebook is reportedly close to introducing a 'like' button, which would let users flag third-party content. That would put Facebook head-to-head with popular sites such as Digg.
A bug briefly exposed the contact information of many Facebook users on Tuesday night. Facebook reps say the problem is resolved. But how safe is the information on your Facebook page?