Facebook : Tech
Kai Christensen and his buddy Benjamin Rutkowski set up deadly traps on a Utah trail and then bragged about their handiwork on Facebook.

9 suspected criminals who got themselves caught via social media [Updated]

Sometimes oversharing on the internet does more than just annoy your friends. It can even land you in jail

Facebook : Instant Guide
A new Facebook app will reportedly help both users and advertisers trying to sell stuff to users.

Why Facebook is developing a location-tracking app

Hint: It involves ads

Facebook : The List
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg introduces the social network's graph search feature on Jan. 15.

4 things we learned from Facebook's confounding earnings report

Facebook is finally earning money from smartphone apps, but the price tag of success has investors running for cover

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

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

Facebook : The List
Welcome to, which automatically pulls photos, status updates, events, and likes together into a digital relationship scrapbook.

Facebook couples pages: 4 disgusted responses

The social network's cutesy update collects the history of users in a relationship — drawing howls of protest from privacy advocates and individualists

Facebook : Analysis
Facebook's nascent mobile advertising strategy allows ads to go right into users news feeds.

Has Facebook finally entered the smartphone era?

The social network is having its best day ever on the stock market, after reporting new revenue from mobile ads

Facebook : Fact Sheet
For college kids in the digital age, checking Facebook and Twitter has become the go-to vice according to one study.

How Facebook and Twitter are trumping sex

A new study finds that college kids think perusing social media is better than hooking up — or at least easier

Facebook : Burning Question
The Facebook "like" symbol at the company's headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif.: The social network is reportedly testing a new button that would appear on websites for retailers like Pottery Barn, giving users the option to "want" items and make them show up on their News Feed.

Does Facebook need a 'want' button?

The social network seeks to capitalize on users' desires with a controversial new click that could help Facebook monetize its massive membership

Facebook : Best Video
if you've ever wondered, "why is Facebook like chairs?" you may, yes, be alone.

Facebook's completely bizarre first commercial... about chairs

To celebrate passing the 1-billion-user mark, the social network releases an oddball of an ad that's intended to prompt awe, but is unleashing mockery instead

Facebook : By the numbers
"Helping a billion people connect is amazing, humbling, and by far the thing I am most proud of in my life," says Mark Zuckerberg.

Facebook's 1 billion user milestone: By the numbers

If the social network were a country, it would be the world's third largest

Facebook : Best Column
Protected by anonymity, internet trolls sometimes feel invincible.

Why do perfectly nice people turn into rude jerks online?

You (probably) wouldn't curse at your neighbor to his face... so why do it on Facebook? Elizabeth Bernstein at The Wall Street Journal explains

Facebook : Opinion Brief
Facebook will start offering a gift service that lets you purchase and send presents right to your friends' doorsteps.

Will Facebook get a revenue jolt from its new gift service?

The social network makes a play for your credit card by encouraging users to send flowers, cupcakes, and gift cards to friends

Facebook : Opinion Brief
Mark Zuckerberg speaks at the Tech Crunch Disrupt conference in San Francisco on Sept. 11 — the Facebook CEO's first public appearance since his company went public in May.

Facebook's stock bump: Did Mark Zuckerberg get his mojo back?

The social network gets a much-needed vote of confidence from its chief executive, whose first public remarks in months halt a share price slide

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