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YouTube may be a hot bed for lip dub videos and life-casting teens, but soon sports fans could find a good reason to flock to the site: YouTube is reportedly in talks with the National Basketball Association and the National Hockey League to broadcast games live.

Libya is the latest North African country to experience internet trouble as democratic protests continue to sweep the region.

Facebook Breakup Notifier, a new app for the site, is super simple and will probably be super popular.

Facebook users now have two more ways to describe their romantic arrangements.

If you'd love to connect with your favorite musicians and bands on Twitter, but you don't have the time or willpower to hunt-and-peck your way around a few dozen Twitter pages, we've got a great new tool for you.

Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz on Wednesday unveiled Livestand, a magazine platform for publishers to deliver personalized content on a wide array of platforms, including the iPad.

Facebook has begun rolling out a full redesign of Facebook Pages. The changes will make the Pages look and operate more like user profiles.

"People protested and brought down governments before Facebook was invented. They did it before the internet came along."

When Peter logged onto Facebook, he instantly saw a picture of his wife. Fine. Her photo was on a pop-up add for a dating site. Not fine. Turns out one of Facebook's advertisers had borrowed the photo from Peter's wife's profile without asking. It's just another casualty of the no-privacy zone we call the internet.

Once upon a time, the U.S. Census Bureau was a thriving hub of technological innovation.

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