Keep reading habits private on Facebook Video
Read and write Facebook messages, upload photos, and view friends' profiles from your BlackBerry.
Facebook now shares the stories you "like" on third-party sites with your News Feed. It's actually kind of cool, but please: use this feature responsibly, won't you? Also, Gmail goes down and we're all rushing to back up, I call "Unicorn" on rumors of a white iPad 2, and the Tolkien estate takes the Culture of Ownership to a whole other level. --Molly
Google and Facebook get into the domain-shortening business, we have some more news about the Google phone, and your boss may soon be able to read your text messages.
Tired of news sites breaking up your articles into 30 different pages? Veronica has a tip that will tie them all together so you can read them all at once.
At the F8 event in San Francisco, Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook.com's founder, announces that the social-networking company will accept third-party applications on the site. CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari talks with Glimpse, Attendio, Uber, Bunchball and Plum about how they plan to display their widgets on Facebook.
We reveal the most-popular passwords from the Yahoo Voice hack, the DirecTV battle gets nasty, and Facebook shows who read your group post -- sort of.
New way to read the news.
Yahoo Messenger with Voice 8 offers paid outbound and inbound telephone calls in addition to free voice and video chat, free avatars, creative third-party plug-ins, and the ability to chat with Windows Live users. CNET's Elsa Wenzel takes a look.
With all of Facebook's recent changes, it's time to make sure your privacy settings are up-to-date. Sharon Vaknin has some tips for keeping your life story private.
The FCC is set to propose a new U.S. broadband plan, our online news habits are not as diverse as you might think, and the Internet could win this year's Nobel Peace Prize.