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Move over Facebook and Twitter, there's a new social media competitor making its way through the federal government.
New feature allows you to check in with your friends.
Will Facebook soon have geo-location ability?
A new report from Nielsen Co. shows that Americans are devoting almost a quarter of their internet time on social networking sites and blogs, a 43 percent increase compared to one year ago.
A hacker has compiled a list of information gathered from 100 million Facebook users and made the information available for download.
Top search engine Google could be jumping into the social networking pool, in an effort that could have it competing with Facebook.
A Facebook app. allows you to butter-fy yourself.
Learn more about how social media can be useful when responding to emergencies
At the Excellence of Government Conference, the State Department's Richard Boly, director of the Office of e-Diplomacy, talks about ways to improve communication and transparency without adding cost or red-tape.
Facebook has hired Marne Levine as its new vice president of global public policy.