Twitter is booming as a destination for teenagers who complain about too many adults and too much drama on Facebook.
Rapper Eminem is at the centre of a new copyright infringement battle.
Despite its disappointing stock market performance, the company has delivered strong financial results.
A senior Australian politician has fallen foul of social media.
Justin Bieber, Katy Perry and One Direction are all up for awards at a new prizegiving which honours the stars of social networking.
LinkedIn is emerging as the standout performer among IPOs from internet companies that connect people with common interests.
One in three mothers are connected with their teens over Facebook, according to the social networking giant.
Able-bodied drivers who park in disability car parks are being named and shamed on a Facebook page which.
Research firm eMarketer says Facebook's share of the US online advertising market is growing.
Sydney experienced Project X first hand last night, when a house party advertised on social media went well out of control.
A Hutt Valley man who allegedly created a fake Facebook profile to sexually groom two young girls has appeared in court
It's been a week when the power of social media, for better or worse, has been on display.
Facebook says that it's bringing its "chat heads" feature to its Apple apps.
It's as if Facebook has taken over the phone's prime real estate and pushed, email, YouTube and my alarm clock to the slums.
New Zealand is part of a global experiment by Facebook which is charging users to message people they don't know.
Facebook has started charging users money to send messages to celebrities or people they don't know.
With its new "Home" on Android gadgets, Facebook aims make its social network the hub of people's mobile experiences.
So far, for every person who has left Facebook permanently, several new people have joined up.
These days even if you're friends with your own kids on Facebook, it doesn't mean you know what they're doing.
Think you're pretty good at keeping your private information off Facebook? Think again.
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