Letting them know how it feels, Irish filmmakers use unmanned drones to record Google and Facebook's headquarters.
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It's always bad form to boast of hangovers and denounce bosses on Facebook. Now, that's even more public.
While the ability to edit tweets would curb erroneous retweets, Twitter can't implement the feature just yet.
It's nearly game over for social gaming on Google+.
No longer just for stalking former high school crushes, Facebook lets estranged family members watch what they're missing.
Facebook just made it harder to be a Google user.
Despite a healthy adoption rate, Google+ has been decried as a "pathetic afterthought" from within the company.
Jean-Jacques Parys takes a look at Facebook's influence and how its growth may depend on human evolution.