According to one source, "certain communication patterns emerge."
The survey by PollOne.com asked 2,000 adults about their online habits and sexual activity.
Facebook appears to be the hands-down David Beckham of the Web. It dominated the online traffic game.
Don't dwell too long on this video, otherwise it might bum you out. Instead, just look at the fast-moving images and listen to the music.
Are these results surprising? Not really.
The way to win their affection is by giving them free stuff.
Twitter ranked No. 29, between Weather.com and CNN. Facebook was No. 3.
Welcome to the latest social media-driven PR disater. This one is fast and furious.
Steps you can take to keep your content safe and sound.
Number of Latinos and African-Americans on the social network has increased, study shows.
A popular parody on YouTube, featuring a scene from the World War II film Downfall, helps explain the sentiment surrounding Facebook's purchase of FriendFeed.
When a Miley Cyrus song meets the hot Facebook meme, humor ensues.
Facebook members have until the end of Thursday to cast their vote for which terms of service agreement they prefer.
For those who haven't seen it, or those who want to watch it again and again (me), here is an instant Jon Stewart classic as he reveals the ineptitude of CNBC's financial reporting.
Amid PR mess, Facebook drops new terms of service. Blame the mess on the communicators.
What Facebook can do with your information should frighten you; its PR response should frighten you even more.
Editorial assistant finds himself being escorted out of the Vanity Fair offices when he doesn't meet the deadline to make 10,000 friends on Facebook.
Check out the new words in this year’s dictionary, watch an unbelievable baseball catch and find out what’s up with the Vanity Fair guy.
If Vanity Fair editorial assistant Bill Bradley doesn't make 10,000 friends by August 5, he's fired.