The new movie about Mark Zuckerberg and the launching of Facebook racked up $23 million in its first weekend. Hardly a record, but considering the flick spotlights a geek who started a website, it's not too shabby.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's $100 million donation to Newark's public schools has drawn praise, but also questions about its timing: He'll announce the gift on Oprah tomorrow, the same day as the premiere of a new film that portrays the young billionaire in a negative light.
The Google guys Larry Page and Sergey Brin are set to get the Hollywood treatment with a proposed feature film based on the company's rise from dorm room project to $120 billion Web colossus. The news comes as Facebook awaits the fall release of a film about its origins.