Chelsea Clinton quits TV journalist job to focus on family

Chelsea Clinton, daughter of former US president Bill Clinton, has decided to quit her job as a TV journalist to focus on her family's charity foundation and to prepare for the arrival of her first child.

Women hooked to texting, men can't live without Facebook

Contrary to the traditional view that men are more invested in technology, a new study found that more young women are addicted to cell phones and even get agitated when it is not in sight.

Facebook upgrades mobile search to let users search old posts by keywords
Facebook upgrades mobile search to let users search old posts by keywords

Zee Media Bureau/Shruti Saxena

New Delhi: Facebook on Friday announced that it has decided to let its mobile app users to retrieve old posts shared with them by their friends.

Bihar: Man arrested for posting girl's obscene photos

A man was arrested in Bihar's Nalanda district on Thursday for allegedly posting obscene pictures of a girl on Facebook, police said.

US school expels toddler over mother's Facebook post

A four-year-old toddler was expelled from his school in the US after his mother vent her frustration against the school in a Facebook post.

DMDK man held for 'defamatory' post on Facebook refused bail

Madras High Court today refused to grant bail to a DMDK councillor, arrested for allegedly posting defamatory statements against Chief Minister Jayalalithaa on a social networking portal.

'More US citizens censoring their views on Facebook, Twitter'
'More US citizens censoring their views on Facebook, Twitter'

More and more US residents are censoring their views on Facebook and Twitter especially after the case of National Security Agency (NSA) whistle-blower Edward Snowden and its repercussions, says Pew Research Centre here.

Facebook to scale down click-bait stories from users` newsfeed

Facebook has reportedly decided to scale down the number of so-called click-bait stories that appear high on people`s news feeds.

Facebook the leader but Google apps hot favourites

Social networking website Facebook is the most used app, but Google apps dominate the top 10 slots when it comes to selecting from over two million apps available in the Apple and Google stores.

Action lawsuit: Vienna court orders Facebook to respond

The Vienna Regional Court, where a class-action lawsuit against Facebook has been filed, has reviewed the case and has given Facebook Ireland four weeks to respond.

Shopping plans? Heed mum`s advice on Facebook

Whom do mothers turn to when need trusted advice on shopping? No not to hubbies but to exclusive mothers` communities on Facebook.

Indian Haj pilgrims to go hi-tech this year

More than 136,000 Indian Haj pilgrims coming to Saudi Arabia this year will be benefited by several high-tech apps, including Google Maps, to facilitate hassle-free pilgrimage.

Messenger app: Facebook blackout on August 22?

Amid reports that Facebook`s Messenger app would be able to spy on users, an event has been organised inviting them to deactivate their accounts for 24 hours starting Friday, August 22 at 18:00 GMT in protest against the social networking site.

Facebook helps readers tell truth from fiction

Facebook said on Monday that it is testing a way to let members know when articles posted to the social network are tongue-in-cheek instead of hand-on-heart.

Maharashtra ACB to create a Facebook page on corrupt officials

The Maharashtra Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) is planning an innovative way of checking corruption - by creating a Facebook page and uploading the pictures of those caught taking bribes.

Italy court orders wife to remove honeymoon photos from Facebook

An Italian court has ordered a woman to remove honeymoon photos from Facebook following a marital row.

Gene Simmons apologizes for `depression remarks`

`Kiss` star Gene Simmons has apologized for his remarks on people who suffer from depression.

Facebook offers free internet access to Zambians

Facebook has launched a free app that provides limited internet access to people in the African nation Zambia who have mobile phones without data plans.

Facebook adds `Satire` tag to fun articles

For those who like parody news outlet The Onion and post those fun articles on Facebook, the social media website is going to add a "satire" tag with their news feed.

Facebook users not in awe of Messenger app

The newly launched Facebook Messenger app has received poor reviews from its users, with most criticising the popular social networking site for forcing them to download a separate app to access their messages.