Facebook introduced 60 free apps Wednesday that members can use to tell friends what they’re eating, reading, buying and much more. Here are some of our favorite new apps.
The fast food chain asked Twitter users to share their McDonald’s stories, but the experience didn’t go as planned.
Google is placing ads in magazines, newspapers and subway stations to make consumers more aware about how to protect their personal information online.
Major sites including Wikipedia and Reddit are going black on Wednesday to protest pending anti-piracy legislation. Here are some alternatives to get you through the day.
Changes to Google’s search algorithm offer an opportunity for regular folks to optimize how the world sees them.
Facebook has begun rolling out a new kind of advertisement known as Featured Stories which will appear in the main news feed rather than off to the side.
Click around a bit on your favorite websites and you may find pages and functionality you didn’t know existed. Here are a few of our favorites.
Following the right travel experts on Twitter can help you snag major deals on trips. Here are some of the best and what they each bring to the table.
Google announced several significant updates to its social network this week, but most of them seem like efforts to simply catch up to features Facebook already offers rather than find ways to break new ground.
Facebook is rolling out a massive profile redesign that will completely overhaul the information people see about them on the site. So block out a couple of hours of this week – it’s time to clean up your Facebook page.