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New application allows singles to virtually meet new people, chat, flirt, dance and drink, all from the comfort of their own smoke-free couch.
As operator of the world's largest social networking site goes public, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg tells employees, supporters to stay focused.
It's all about blogging and social networking.
Nonprofits, gov't offices and concerned individuals all utilize Facebook, Twitter and YouTube through the weekend to appeal for help.
By RUTH EGLASH
Health Scan: using cyber-warfare against deadly diseases; uncovering what's behind "3D-Film nausea."
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
As well as being a great tool for keeping up with celebrity gossip, Twitter can also be a great way to track public health trends, researchers find.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Move comes as strike looms; "We use site to get out information and dispel rumors. It’s a very useful tool," says union spokesman.
Jpost Exclusive: Moribund kibbutz volunteer program set to be resuscitated on eve of movement’s 100th anniversary.
Mark Zuckerberg is facing calls from lawmakers to explain how the political consultancy gained improper access to data on 50 million Facebook users.
Credit bills, debit usage locations and bank balance details were requested by the social network to "improve and expand services."
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF,STAV NAMER/MAARIV
Harvard twins who sued Mark Zuckerberg for intellectual property theft are forced to settle; cash and stock settlement is valued at $65m.
The latest social news from Israeli life.
By MICHAL GALANTI
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