New Zealand police are setting their sights on stopping parties-turned-riots by monitoring Public Event pages.
By now, you probably already know: Facebook is supposedly launching an email service this coming Monday and the hype is pretty high at this point.
A new application brings business school education and places it directly within a Facebook application. It's an effective marketing program for the school.
Last quarter, Facebook was the social network with the fastest average response time - a near instantaneous 1.02 seconds.
By now, you're probably already aware of the new color version of Barnes and Noble's popular Nook e-Reader, due for release in late November. The NookColor is set to compete directly with Apple's iPad, and it expands on the original Nook's capabilities with the inclusion of Facebook connectivity.
A Palermo, Italy woman's virtual home in Pet Society, the social pet Facebook game, was recently burgled. Paintings, mirrors, carpets, a jacuzzi, a designer sofa, a billiards table, and an aquarium, items she'd spent around $139 to obtain, were missing. Only the cat remained.
Jay Park, director of Facebook Data Center Engineering, recently posted a fascinating, encouraging Note on the topic of data center optimization.
Online privacy, or the lack thereof, has been getting a lot of play in the media lately. From lawsuits levied against Facebook and Zynga for alleged privacy breaches to third party Firefox extensions designed to highlight flaws in Facebook log-in security, we've had plenty to write about just in the past week. App developers are taking note and responding in turn.