Facebook finally adds calendar view to your events

A group of clever Facebook engineers have finally brought us a way to see upcoming events in a calendar-style layout. So you can view everything you've been invited to in a given month at once, which is usually how calendars…

The Facebook App Center rolls out to UK and US users

Facebook announced that it would soon be launching an app store back at the beginning of May and it's now here for (most of) us to play with. The app store, known officially as the Facebook App Center, is…

Shaker: Will anyone really use a virtual bar?

It may look a lot like Habbo Hotel or Second Life or countless other avatar-based games, but this is Shaker, a new site that's launching over in the US today, and we're really not sure what to make of…

Linkedin passwords get hacked and the internet implodes

Linkedin may help around five or six people a year get a new job, but mostly it's a breeding ground for slimy recruiters and pointless networking groups. Well now it's become even more irritating as an estimated 6.5 million of…

Facebook tries and fails to own the words face and book

Facebook has lost its most recent legal battle to shut down adult site Faceporn, so will the social network accept the fact other companies will capitalise on its success forever or continue its offensive to get rid of them…

Will Facebook's new Interest Lists mean the end of stalking?

Today everyone's favourite social network (maybe) has introduced a new feature called Interest Lists, which makes the site seem much more about social discovery than obsessively stalking your ex. Go log-in to Facebook this morning and chances are you'll…

Google+ Games: Facebook responds

Google are testing the casual gaming waters with their Google+ network today, and Facebook don't like it. In response to the announcement of Google Games, Facebook have revealed an overhaul to their games platform to make it ever-more enticing. Facebook…