'The Faces of Facebook' also lists users by chronological order, and guess who's number one...
Founder and CEO Mark Zuckberg shared the image on his personal Facebook page
Mayer stressed that Yahoo had no choice in complying with government requests; Zuckerberg says: "The government blew it"
Facebook founder’s audacious bid to put the entire planet online
Behind the news of Tumblr’s sale for $1.1billion (£723 million) to Yahoo there lies the story of David Karp, its 26-year-old founder, who has now become one of the world’s richest technology entrepreneurs.
“I’m not perfect. There are occasions I may have got it wrong,” Lord Sugar declared, in a rare display of humility. “But I haven’t seen anyone who’s become a new Branson or Zuckerberg that I’ve let go.”
Six unusual ways in which students, teenagers, and one scarily precocious nine-year-old child, have become extremely and unusually rich
Online sleuths are claiming to have discovered what could be Zuckerberg's first website - and it hints at what was to come
Last night saw the first episode of a new MTV show called Catfish, which follows the travails of people who have fallen in love on Facebook, Twitter and other social media – but have never met. The name catfish is the term for one who inflates their social status or appropriates someone else's visage for the purpose of ensnaring an online mate.
Facebook has been forced to disable a messaging feature after a Welsh student uncovered a flaw allowing him to read strangers' private messages.
There is in fact no such thing as a fundamental human right to awesome retro filters on Instagram. Surprising, I know
As Obama plans taxes on super-rich, Eduardo Saverin applies to give up citizenship
What is expected to be the largest technology flotation in history was last night generating the kind of investor frenzy not seen since the days of the dotcom bubble.
The social networking site changed the way we communicate. Now, as it floats on the stock market, all the talk is about how much it is worth. By Stephen Foley
You may find this hard to believe if you feel inundated by web links to unamusing videos and spittle-flecked blog posts, but apparently we're not sharing enough stuff online.