Facebook's new Dating service is now available in the United States and 19 other countries as the company looks to get into the dating game.
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Facebook says new users will no longer have their faces in photos scanned automatically, and existing users will be given the option to opt-out.
Following Instagram, Facebook is thinking about getting rid of like and reaction counts from its network.
Facebook is soon giving you control over the data it gets on you from outside of Facebook.
New report indicates Facebook working on a full-blown dark mode for mobile devices as part of its FB5 redesign.
Facebook is reportedly talking with Netflix, Hulu, HBO, Disney, and others to get their respective TV streaming services on its upcoming hybrid TV chat device.
The U.S Department of Justice said Tuesday that it was opening an antitrust review of some of the biggest tech companies.
Instagram expands a test that takes away like counts to 6 more countries as it looks to make the social network less competitive.
Facebook today announced a new Calibra subsidiary that will provide a new cryptocurrency and financial infrastructure called Libra.
Facebook just blocked Huawei from pre-installing WhatsApp, Instagram, and Facebook on its phones, meaning future devices won't have no way of getting Facebook apps.
No, it’s not just Google. Amazon, Apple, and Facebook are also under scrutiny by the U.S. government now, and each could face sweeping antitrust charges.
Instagram is copying Snapchat's Community Lenses feature to let users find AR effects created by other Instagram users.
The makers of WhatsApp are warning users to upgrade the popular messaging app to avoid a spyware attack.
Facebook co-founder---and former Mark Zuckerberg college roommate---Chris Hughes has called for a breakup of the social media giant.
Facebook today announced that it will soon launch a major refresh of its core social networking service dubbed FB5.
Facebook announced a major overhaul of its Messenger service that focuses on privacy and speed. And it’s coming to Windows and Mac, too.
Facebook is launching a new "Why am I seeing this post?" feature that explains the exact reason behind a post showing up on your News Feed.
Facebook stored user passwords in plain text, allowing employees to read user passwords.
Facebook's head of product and head of WhatsApp are leaving the company just a week after the company announced its privacy-focused shift.
U.S. presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren wants to break up Amazon, Facebook, and Google and “unwind” all their recent acquisitions.
Facebook is going to reduce the rank of pages and groups that spread misinformation about vaccines.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg promises major privacy reform for its services as it looks to focus on end-to-end encryption.
Facebook lets anyone look up your account using the phone number you use for 2FA to protect your account.
Facebook now lets you stop its Android app from tracking your location when the app is not in use.
Instagram plans to soon let you unify all your accounts into a single, primary account for easier login,
Apple bans Google from distributing internal iOS apps after the company violates its ToCs.
Facebook's Research app that paid teens in exchange for their data gets its internal apps banned by Apple.