Facebook shares opened sharply lower on Thursday, after the social media network warned investors of slowing revenue gains and increased spending.
While Facebook tries to close the book on its Cambridge Analytica scandal, it’s still dealing with many more. Case in point: security researcher Inti De Ceukelaire has found that a quiz app from NameTests.com has been exposing user data for more than a year.
Facebook has been collecting call records and SMS data from Android devices for years.
WhatsApp co-founder tells Brian Acton his followers to delete Facebook
Facebook wants to make it even easier for you to inundate your friends and family with unnecessary updates by incorporating a vast library of recognizable songs into your social media experience.
Facebook is merging Facebook Stories and Messenger Day. The fused experience is now simply called “Stories.”
Facebook’s iOS and Android apps can now capture 360-degree photos without the help of a third-party application or an extra device
WhatsApp is rolling out a new feature that lets users write status updates with a colorful background
Facebook has announced two new updates that will limit video clickbait posts from appearing in the News Feed. The posts being targeted are those that have fake video play buttons embedded into an image, and videos of a static image.
Facebook malware is nothing new, but an emerging threat offers some unique karmic retribution.
Today, Facebook is rolling out a new feature called “Groups for Pages,” which will let artists, brands, businesses and newspapers create their own fan clubs.
Facebook has announced that it now has over 2 billion monthly active users.
Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, and YouTube have launched a partnership aimed at combating terrorists online.
Facebook is introducing new protections for profile pictures for users in India, in a bid to stop people from copying, sharing, or otherwise misusing their images.
Instagram is releasing its Archive feature to all users today, after testing it with a smaller group of people last month.
Facebook is overhauling how its photo albums work to let users drop in virtually any post from the social network to save for posterity.