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Facebook : Instant Guide
If a 2010 documentary is to believed, the catfish of the human world keep the rest of us "fresh."

The Manti Te'o hoax: What is 'catfishing'?

A crash course in a term you'll be seeing a lot of

 
Facebook : Instant Guide
In a move that's a little meta, a Facebook app now allows users to make free voice calls through their iPhones.

Facebook's free phone call app: Why you should never pay for minutes again

The social network beefs up its messaging app on the iPhone

 
Facebook : Instant Guide
Want to find sushi restaurants in Palo Alto that your friends have liked? Mark Zuckerberg is here to help.

Everything you need to know about Facebook's Graph Search

Mark Zuckerberg and Co. reveal a powerful tool to (perhaps) rival Google

 
Cybersecurity : Burning Question
The late Aaron Swartz in a San Francisco bookstore on Feb. 4, 2008.

Will Aaron Swartz's suicide spark copyright reform?

The 26-year-old wunderkind's death is bringing laws written a half-century ago back into the spotlight

 
Cybersecurity : Instant Guide
Red October infiltrates computers using email attachments and then beams back data completely undetected.

Operation Red October: The top-secret global espionage campaign that's been running for five years

A rogue group is covertly collecting top-secret data with an infrastructure rivaling Flame and Stuxnet

 
Cybersecurity : Instant Guide
Reddit co-founder, Aaron Swartz, who committed suicide on Jan. 10, struggled with depression.

Why the internet is incensed by the suicide of activist Aaron Swartz

The Reddit architect and free-culture hero was locked in a bitter courtroom battle after allegedly stealing millions of files from MIT

 
Apple's iPhone : Burning Question
If you like having extra cash, consider getting your new iPhone from Walmart or Sprint.

Is Walmart's no-contract, $45-a-month iPhone 5 really the best deal out there?

The retailer's dirt cheap monthly plan could save you hundreds, but there might be another great option for you, if you're flexible

 
Apple's iPhone : Instant Guide
Apple: Apparently, unwilling to skimp.

Apple: Cheap iPhone will 'never be in the future of Apple products'

The company's head of worldwide marketing shoots down rumors from The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg

 
Facebook : Instant Guide
Looking to chat up Mark Zuckerberg? It'll cost ya.

Why is Facebook charging $100 for messages?

Want to reach out to Mark Zuckerberg? You can... for a price

 
Smartphone Wars : Essay
The BlackBerry 10 operating system isn't about panache, but rather "cold, mechanical efficiency."

Why you should be rooting for RIM and BlackBerry 10 to succeed

It's time to start paying attention to RIM again. For innovation's sake

 
Apple's iPhone : Best Video
Finally invented: A quick-draw iPhone holster

Finally! A quick-draw iPhone holster

An extraordinarily passionate Japanese man is the early frontrunner for Inventor of the Year

 
Apple's iPhone : Burning Question
Sources say the new iPhone will cost between $99 and $149.

Is Apple working on a cheap iPhone?

Sources tell The Wall Street Journal that a phone built with lower-quality parts is on the horizon

 
Twitter Revolution : The List
Notoriously stealth, ninjas the world over are suddenly coming clean as social media nerds.

Social media masters, ninjas, and gurus: How Twitter pros describe themselves

What we talk about when we talk about social media

 
Apple's iPhone : Essay
Isn't deciding between the white and black iPhone enough?

Why colorful iPhones are a terrible idea

Pink smartphones might just signal the beginning of the end for Apple

 
Apple's iPhone : Burning Question
Got a new iPhone 5 for Christmas? Apple, it seems, is already moving on.

Is Apple already testing the iPhone 6?

Short answer: Probably. But something is fishy...

 
The Apple Universe : The List
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