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Facebook announces 5-for-1 stock split

Facebook announced a 5-for-1 stock split Friday, the same day a controversial movie about the origins of the social networking giant hit theatres.

Facebook said the stock split would enable it to be

Billionaire Facebook founder likes worn jeans, cheap T-shirts

Multi-billionaire Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg likes to wear worn jeans, cheap T-shirts and lives in a rented house. To relax, he likes drinking beer and eating fast food with workmates, it was re

Interpol head’s identity stolen via Facebook

Cyber crime fraudsters reportedly stole the identity of the head of the Interpol using Facebook. Security chief Ronald K.

Winston Churchill joins Facebook, Twitter from beyond the grave

Former British Prime Minister, Mr Winston Churchill, is set to enter the virtual world with his own iPhone app, Facebook and Twitter.

The Estate of Churchill has apparently launched its own iPhone ap

Fake Facebook account haunts Goa minister

Goa police is investigating into a fake Facebook account created in the name of sState education minister, Mr Atanasio Monserratte, which flashes that he is looking for dating women.

The account on

ElBaradei accuses government of publishing his daughter's pictures

Mohamed ElBaradei, former head of the UN's nuclear watchdog, has accused Egypt's government of being behind the publication of private photographs of his daughter in an attempted smear. ElBaradei, a p

Woman's pics lifted from Facebook, used on dating sites

An impersonator stole a woman's photos from her Facebook account and used them on several online dating sites.

"I thought this couldn't be true because I have no enemies. I don't know anyone who has

No Twitter or Facebook for English cricketers: Reports

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) is planning to ban English cricketers from social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook while on national duty.

"England's cricketers are facing a b

LeT, JuD plugging into Facebook, Twitter to propagate terror agenda

In a bid to win people support and influence youngsters to join their war against non-Muslim nations, hardcore banned terror groups like the Laskhar-e-Tayyaba (LeT), its humanitarian face-Jamat-ud-Daa

Israeli ex-soldier defends her actions

Showing no signs of remorse, Eden Abergil, the former Israel Defence Forces (IDF) soldier who caused a worldwide stir by posting pictures of herself posing next to blindfolded Palestinian, has defende

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