Oct. 4, 2012 at 9:46 AM ET
You know what's cooler than a million users? A billion users. And now Facebook has just that. Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg shared the milestone in an exclusive interview with Matt Lauer, which aired Thursday on TODAY.
If you're hoping to snag one of Amazon's new Kindle Paperwhite e-readers right now, we've got some bad news: You'll be waiting for about four to six weeks.
The company that makes fan websites for such tween favorites as Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez and Rihanna has agreed to pay $1 million to settle charges that it illegally collected data about more than 100,000 children.
Mars rover Curiosity continues to court social media with a cheeky "check-in" on Mars using the popular location-based social network Foursquare.
Law enforcement agents should be allowed to obtain 60 days' worth of cellphone location information from wireless carriers without a warrant, at least according to the feds.
A parody Twitter account from "Fired Big Bird" went live Wednesday night after Romney said that he'd cut funding from PBS. By Thursday morning, @firedbigbird had over 25,000 followers. Here are some viral missives.
"The first debate was declared not a victory for either Obama or Romney, but for silly memes," reports BuzzFeed's Gavon Laessig. Check it out!