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Frequent Facebook hacks no big deal
Social networking site dismisses notions of data breaches following "sophisticated attack" last month.
On the ball Orcon in Facebook putdown
Broadband provider reacts to minor outage with classic Facebook reply.
Facebook page punches out SBW
Following the farcical Sonny Bill Williams versus Francois Botha boxing match in Brisbane this last Friday, a Facebook page has popped up dedicated to ‘Sonny Bill Williams: Boxing's Champion of Match Fixing’.
Super Bowl XLVII on Facebook
With millions of fans tuning into the game worldwide, the Super Bowl is one of the most popular events of the year – something that was increasingly evident on Facebook.
Facebook set to unveil new project?
Social networking giant invites press to "come see what we're building" early next week.
Facebook looks back at 2012
Social networking site releases review of the past twelve months, looking back at the people, moments and things that created the most buzz in 2012.
Discover new places with Nearby
Users can now find new places from the app menu by opening the tab to find local sports friends have either recommended, checked into or liked.
Top Rated Social Games of 2012
Facebook reveals most played games over the past 12 months.
Labour slams Facebook NZ’s $14k tax bill
Opposition party criticises social networking site for making a "mockery of tax loopholes" in the country.
Facebook timeline apps and music…a year on
Social networking site celebrated one year anniversary of the launch earlier this week, we check out how it's getting on.
U.S. Election Day 2012 on Facebook
As the U.S. heads to the polls, the social networking site encourages voters to participate in the democratic process.
Too much Facebook is unhealthy
Social networking site admits excessive use online is bad for users.
Investor sells US$81m of Facebook stock
Jim Breyer sells bulk of shares in the social networking site after being an early investor in the company.
Facebook founders up US$2.3 billion
Mark Zuckerberg and Dustin Moskovitz profit following Q3 earnings.
Mobile push grows Facebook revenue
Social networking site beats Wall Street expectations with Q3 results, despite recording a loss.
Teenage boys most monitored on Facebook
Latest findings show parents are more protective of boys than girls on social networking sites, especially during back-to-school seasons.
Facebook debuts "pay to promote posts" after NZ trials
Following tests in New Zealand, social networking site rolls out service charging users who promote their wall posts across the U.S.
Facebook's backs against the wall over private messages
Social networking site says claims that users' private conversations are appearing on public timelines is false.
Facebook searching for Google war
Social networking site could capture 50% of global search market over the next few years through a new 'Social Search' era according to latest findings.
Facebook shares rise after Zuckerberg pledge
Social networking site reports stock increase after CEO and founder promising to hold onto shares for at least a year.
Father Face Blocks young daughter
A Nelson dad has created an application blocking Facebook in homes at the click of a button.
Facebook faces child porn probe
Australian watchdog group accuses the social networking site of allowing child pornography through the creation of new pages.
Facebook stock falling fast
Early investors of the social networking site appear to be cashing in during their first chance to sell their stock, causing an all-time low in the market.
Insiders eligible to cash in on Facebook
‘Lock-up’ period expires allowing selected investors to sell shares in the social networking site.