'Happy New Year' official Facebook page crosses 3 million mark!
'Happy New Year' official Facebook page crosses 3 million mark!

Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan-starrer upcoming flick 'Happy New Year' has created a buzz in the virtual world much before it's release. After registering record number of views for its trailer and already superhit song 'Manwa Laage' the film reached another high in terms of popularity.

New comic book stars Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg

The life of billionaire Facebook executive and "Lean In" author Sheryl Sandberg has been distilled into a 32-page comic book set for release this week.

New social media trend – Naming and shaming worst plane passengers

People who frequently fly often meet passengers who may be irksome or who have some terrible manners. Their behaviour often leaves fellow passengers and the airline staff uncomfortable and disconcerted.

Facebook not going to charge users any fee: Reports
Facebook not going to charge users any fee: Reports

An article on the satirical website National Report, which stated that the social networking site is going to charge its users $2.99 per month starting Nov 1 is fictional, media reports said.

Facebook says won't miss out on key stories for its users
Facebook says won't miss out on key stories for its users

The social networking site Facebook is updating its news feed to feature right content at the right time, so that users do not miss out on key stories.

Bajwa strongly condemns case against MLA's aide, two others

Punjab Congress president Partap Singh Bajwa on Friday condemned the recent registration of an FIR against the Personal Assistant of Rajwinder Kaur, MLA from Nihalsinghwala and two others for allegedly posting objectionable remarks on Facebook against Agriculture Minister Tota Singh.

Deepika Padukone pens hard-hitting note on 'cleavage show' controversy
Deepika Padukone pens hard-hitting note on 'cleavage show' controversy

Deepika Padukone, who was miffed with an "outrageous" headline carried by a leading daily with a picture of hers showing ample cleavage, took to her Facebook page to express her thoughts about the controversial episode. 

Is Facebook Messenger app tracking your privacy?
Is Facebook Messenger app tracking your privacy?

The new Facebook Messenger app, that has been downloaded over 500 million times on Android-based devices, may have spyware that keeps an eye on your chats and other information, claims an internet security specialist.

Salman Khan crosses 20 million mark on Facebook
Salman Khan crosses 20 million mark on Facebook

Bollywood superstar Salman Khan's popularity among masses is known to all. The actor has not only made a mark in films and television but has also created a buzz in the virtual world.

FIR against impostors faking Raj Thackeray's identity online

An FIR was registered against unidentified people on Thursday, for allegedly creating fake social media accounts of Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray as well as posting "objectionable pictures" of the MNS chief and his family members online, the police said.

Facebook dispenses apprehensions about its iOS8 app privacy setting changes in blog post
Facebook dispenses apprehensions about its iOS8 app privacy setting changes in blog post

Facebook has reportedly published a blog post explaining its decision to change the location permission for people who've turned on Nearby Friends as iOS8 changed its location tracking permission from "Yes/No" to "Always/While Using the App/Never."

Are YouTube, Facebook, Twitter hiding female abuse data?
Are YouTube, Facebook, Twitter hiding female abuse data?

Are YouTube, Facebook and Twitter hiding responses related to female harassment? If we believe a new study, the social media firms are not faring well on publishing abuse-reporting data.

Scotland`s `Yes` campaign winning Facebook battle

Scotland`s "Yes" campaign appears to have the edge online, figures released by Facebook on Tuesday showed, even though it is still trailing slightly in the polls despite a late surge.

Facebook users at more risk of social media scams: Study
Facebook users at more risk of social media scams: Study

Habitual use of Facebook makes individuals susceptible to social media phishing attacks by criminals, an Indian-origin researcher has found.

'Habitual Facebook users prone to phishing attacks'
'Habitual Facebook users prone to phishing attacks'

If you are perpetually online on Facebook and do respond to anonymous friends' requests without considering how they are connected with those sending the requests, beware of phishing attacks.

Facebook posts give clues to your personality
Facebook posts give clues to your personality

People can accurately detect the personality traits of strangers through Facebook activity, according to a new study.

Why Facebook posts can't reveal personality traits anymore
Why Facebook posts can't reveal personality traits anymore

The privacy changes in the recent past on the social networking site Facebook have made it difficult to reveal personalities of people peeping into your profile or 'liking' your posts, say researchers.

Facebook draws some of YouTube's top content producers: WSJ
Facebook draws some of YouTube's top content producers: WSJ

Facebook Inc has approached some of YouTube`s biggest content producers to get them to distribute their videos on the social network, the Wall Street Journal said on Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter.

Microsoft gifts @messenger to Facebook as it decides to shut down MSN Messenger
Microsoft gifts @messenger to Facebook as it decides to shut down MSN Messenger

After deciding to shut down its MSN Messenger service, also known as Windows Live Messenger, after 15 years, Microsoft is passing its twitter account to Facebook.

Govt's decision to hire pvt agencies to manage their social media accounts questioned in HC

Ex-BJP ideologue K N Govindacharya on Thursday raised question in the Delhi High Court about the government's move to hire services of private social media management agencies to manage their accounts in social networking sites such as Facebook, saying it endangers creations of fake accounts and cyber crimes.