New Zealand police are setting their sights on stopping parties-turned-riots by monitoring Public Event pages.
By now, you probably already know: Facebook is supposedly launching an email service this coming Monday and the hype is pretty high at this point.
People Magazine has launched a new application to discover the most attractive guy on Facebook.
A new application brings business school education and places it directly within a Facebook application. It’s an effective marketing program for the school.
Last quarter, Facebook was the social network with the fastest average response time – a near instantaneous 1.02 seconds.
A new study finds the times that Facebook users are most active on the site.
By now, you’re probably already aware of the new color version of Barnes and Noble’s popular Nook e-Reader, due for release in late November. The NookColor is set to compete directly with Apple’s iPad, and it expands on the original Nook’s capabilities with the inclusion of Facebook connectivity.
A Palermo, Italy woman’s virtual home in Pet Society, the social pet Facebook game, was recently burgled. Paintings, mirrors, carpets, a jacuzzi, a designer sofa, a billiards table, and an aquarium, items she’d spent around $139 to obtain, were missing. Only the cat remained.
Jay Park, director of Facebook Data Center Engineering, recently posted a fascinating, encouraging Note on the topic of data center optimization.
Online privacy, or the lack thereof, has been getting a lot of play in the media lately. From lawsuits levied against Facebook and Zynga for alleged privacy breaches to third party Firefox extensions designed to highlight flaws in Facebook log-in security, we’ve had plenty to write about just in the past week. App developers are taking note and responding in turn.