Facebook is taking location sharing to a whole new level with Nearby Friends, offering to improve real-world connections by letting users find friends who are nearby.
Titan’s drones would bolster Google’s Project Loon in delivering free internet to the far corners of the world.
Oculus VR CTO and id Software co-founder says that Facebook sees “the big picture” in VR.
The Oculus VR buyout by Facebook was unfair to early investors and shows why a equity-based model of crowdfunding is needed.
Facebook, an unlikely candidate to help pave the way for VR tech, has just purchased the pioneering company behind the functional Oculus Rift headset--Oculus VR.
While Facebook is hardly a platform that one would associate with the concept of privacy, CEO Mark Zuckerberg has criticized the US government for their efforts in invading the privacy of online citizens.
Facebook is shutting down its dedicated desktop Messenger clients for Windows and Firefox this coming Monday, March 3rd.
It turns out that the internet search giant wasn’t interested in acquiring WhatsApp in the first place.
Both Line and Telegram report massive increase in new sign ups after WhatsApp experienced an outage.
Launched back in November 2010, the @facebook.com email service didn’t exactly take off.
WhatsApp, which was recently acquired by Facebook for $19 billion, is planning to launch a voice service this year, putting it in direct competition with the likes of Skype and other chat app contemporaries.
A new report claims that Google was after WhatsApp, but backed out as its excitement for the app diminished during the bidding process.
What plans does Facebook have in store for the chat app? Will it still be “No ads. No games. No gimmicks,” for WhatsApp?
For $19 billion WhatsApp-Facebook messenger is still shut out of Asia.
Facebook has announced that it will buy WhatsApp for $19 billion.
Facebook is now giving users an option to choose genders other than male and female. Is this a good idea, or should the social network do away with gender identification in the first place?
Memes have become an integral part of the Facebook experience due to the virality of content and the curiosity of Facebook users. But with focus on more newsworthy items on the News Feed, has Facebook killed viral sites like Upworthy and ViralNova?
Amid stiff competition with fast-growing social networks, Twitter needs to address spam and user-retention problems.
If you’re not satisfied with the photos included in your Facebook Lookback video, fret not. Facebook now allows users to edit photos that will be included and highlighted in Lookback.
Facebook has recently released a tool for making Android apps more secure in storing data. Does Facebook mean well, or could the social network simply be protecting its own advertising data from prying eyes?