Sentenced to 15 Years in Prison for Facebook Posts

A Thai musician has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for royal defamation, a court official said Friday.

Facebook Service Disrupted for Some Users

"Sorry, something went wrong. We're working on getting this fixed as soon as we can."

For Twitter, World Cup Helps Boost Growth

Twitter's revenue soared 124 percent during the quarter and the average number of people using the microblogging service was up 6 percent.

Austrian Student Starts Global Class Action Lawsuit Against Facebook

"Our aim is to make Facebook finally operate lawfully in the area of data protection," said Max Schrems, an Austrian law student.

Twitter Acquires Password Management Startup Mitro Labs

The startup, best known for developing a Web-based password manager, announced the acquisition on its website.

Facebook Made a Minor Change to Its Website: Can You Spot It?

While the change cannot exactly be called new, it seems to have started rolling-out to users globally only recently.

Facebook, HP and Cisco Seeking to Invest Further in India: Prasad

Telecom Minister on Thursday also said the three companies are looking to increase their engagement in the education space.

LinkedIn Posts Jump in Revenue as Hiring Business Grows

The professional social networking firm also forecast better-than-expected adjusted profit and revenue in the current quarter.

Twitter Transparency Report Reveals Increase in Government Requests

Twitter said government requests for user data grew sharply in the past six months.

Twitter Brings Embedded Tweet Feature to the Desktop

Twitter is now automatically embedding linked tweets while retweeting on the Web version.

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LinkedIn Connected Review: Annoying Emails Become Pretty Cards

LinkedIn's new Connected app for iPhone tries to change the way you connect with professionals, but do you really need another app for that?

BeamIt Wants to Change The Way We Share Photos

The makers of Cooliris are about to launch a new visual messaging app for iOS, with Android and Web versions to follow, but is there need for yet another way to share pictures?

Jelly app: First impressions

The social answers app from Twitter co-founder Biz Stone is turning heads globally, we take a closer look.

Instagram's new video sharing service review

Instagram now lets you record and share short videos using a few taps of a finger on a mobile device.

Pinterest review: Cleaner, easier to manage

Pinterest's recent redesign is intended to cut down on clutter and make the site easier to manage, without drastically changing its look.

Twitter Music review

For full song plays within the service, you have to sign up for a premium subscription to Spotify or Rdio, each of which costs $10 a month.

Facebook Home review

Home is ideal for people whose lives are centered on Facebook.

Revamped Facebook app for iOS: Review

Facebook has finally updated its iOS client to version 5, which has bid adieu to HTML 5 making the app faster than ever. Here's our review.

Facebook Camera app review: Are you Instagram in disguise?

Thursday saw the release of Facebook Camera, a brand new iPhone app that lets users click pictures and share them on Facebook.

Review: Take the time to curate Facebook Timeline

I've often joked that if something's not on Facebook, it didn't happen. Facebook's new Timeline feature makes that adage even more apparent.

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