On this week's edition of the Geek Girl Report, we'll be taking a look at Facebook Home and whether of not it's worth it to turn your phone into a mobile Facebook site.
Can't figure out what to get your friends for Christmas? Facebook wants to help with that.
If you've been seeing your friends on Facebook posting copyright "warnings" everywhere, just ignore them.
I’ve heard somewhere before that it’s a kid's job to embarrass their parents, and it's a parent’s job to embarrass their kids. Well if that’s the case, these parents are doing it right.
Not on Facebook or Twitter? You might be considered a psychopath or suspicious.
You can like the presidential candidates on Facebook. You can comment on their pages on Facebook. And pretty soon, you might even be able to vote for them on Facebook.
It seems that every time Facebook makes some sort of change to their website, there's a huge backlash from the public. This time, the change involves the company's E-mail service...wait, Facebook has an E-mail service?
Should Facebook lift their rule on banning kids younger than 13 years old?
Facebook is not for kids. At least, it's not supposed to be under the site current rules. But with the large number of preteens and kids logging on and lying about their age to use the site, it looks like Facebook may be starting to cave in.
Facebook has already conquered our computers. Now it's looking to conquer our smartphones as well, and its latest move may do just that.