The massively popular social network's IPO has shed light on a trend among investors that could foreshadow another economic crash, like the ones experienced in 2000 or 2008.
On their second day of trading, Facebook's stocks dropped below their offer price, losing Mark Zuckerberg's personal fortune $2.2 billion.
Facebook has added nearly 25 percent to its initial public offering (IPO), which could raise funds of up to a whopping $16 billion, much more than originally expected.
Facebook's mobile applications for Android and iOS have been modified, so that timeline pictures now appear three times larger than before.
According to Internet Marketing research company comScore, U.S users of Facebook spent more time accessing the social networking website from their phone than from their computer in March.
Facebook's messenger is becoming even more transparent. Now, users will be better able to see when you type and when you have read their messages.
Facebook plans to raise a whopping $10.6 billion as part of its initial public offering (IPO), making for one of the largest moves to go public in the technology industry.
In the US District Court of Eastern Virginia, a judge has ruled that “Likes” on Facebook do not garner the same protections as other forms of expression as laid out in the First Amendment.
According to Yahoo, Facebook is retaliating against the company by claiming violation of ten patents, some of which Yahoo accuses Facebook of purchasing deliberately for the charge.
Facebook has bought Tagtile, an unusual marketing firm that employs a little box that users can tap with their smartphone to “tag” themselves in order to benefit from rewards.
While Facebook was all at rage when it comes to SOPA and PIPA, with Mark Zuckerberg, CEO and Founder of the social network releasing a public attack, the reality changed with the new, more dangerous CISPA.
In a case of being better late than never, the Facebook app for iPad has just been updated to support the super high resolution of Apple's latest generation iPad. This is a much welcomed feature for owners of the third-gen iPad particularly due to there being a ton of photos and videos uploaded in high
Facebook is secretly working on huge improvements to its as yet untapped search engine, with the project being spearheaded by a former Google engineer.
Facebook has bought a whopping 750 patents from IBM in efforts to protect itself from patent infringement lawsuits.
Yahoo has sued social networking giant Facebook over the alleged infringement of 10 of its patents.
Rovio has finally launched Angry Birds on Facebook, along with several new features, including power-ups and Facebook-exclusive levels.
21 companies, including Facebook, Google and Yahoo, have been ordered by an Indian court to remove “offensive” material from their websites or face being blocked. So far Facebook and Google have announced their compliance with the ruling.
Facebook, with close to a billion users now, is a perfect data mining treasure for any intelligence service that would control it – but what about Google's combination of tracking and searching capabilities? Or Microsoft's rumoured backdoors in Windows for the US intelligence?
What looks to be quite a significant update for Skype has just been made available, which most notably brings with it Full HD video-calling support, Facebook integration and Group Screen Sharing features.
Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, has defended hackers in a lengthy letter on what he considers a growing misconception about a skill which he says is essential to his company's success.