Two separate reports state that Microsoft has stopped advertising on Facebook’s services because it publishes hate speech and misinformation.
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Facebook's latest Digital Health feature is a Screen Time-ripoff that allows users to block distractions for a certain period of time everyday and mute all those annoying Facebook notifications.
Facebook launches a new standalone Messenger app for Windows and Mac after the company saw more than a 100% increase in calling on desktop browsers over the last month.
Facebook's new F5 redesign -- built almost entirely on the React framework -- is rolling out to everyone now, but you can start using it today.
Facebook continues to unify its Stories experience, will soon allow users to automatically cross-post their stories from Facebook to Instagram.
Facebook is suing data analytics firm OneAudience after the company paid third-party apps to use a malicious SDK that allowed the company to steal user data without their permission.
Facebook is cancelling its annual developer conference, F8, due to concerns over coronavirus. It will instead host local events and live-streamed content.
Facebook-owned WhatsApp now has 2 billion users around the world, joining Facebook itself in the 2-billion user club.
Instagram reportedly generated $20 billion in ad revenue for Facebook in 2019, beating YouTube's $15 billion in ad revenue.
In celebration of Data Privacy Day, Facebook is bringing its Off-Facebook Activity tool to everyone around the world and prompting users to review their privacy settings.
Emboldened by the “techlash,” some smaller tech firms went public with the abuses they’ve suffered at the hands of Big Tech.
Facebook is working on its own OS, and original Windows NT team member Mark Lucovsky is leading the charge.
Facebook continues to invest on its gaming business, acquires Spanish cloud video gaming company PlayGiga for 70 million euros.
The FTC is reportedly considering blocking Facebook's plans to unify the infrastructure behind WhatsApp and Instagram.
Facebook's first ever Data Transfer Project tool will let users directly transfer photos and videos to Google Photos, as well as other services.
The latest Twitter and Facebook breach was caused by two malicious SDKs that paid developers to secretly collect user data from the social networks.
Facebook launches a brand new market research app that pays users for answering surveys, and it's being very careful about how it collects and uses the data collected.
Facebook makes the switch to Visual Studio Code as the IDE of choice at the company, announces new partnership with Microsoft to improve VSCode's functionality.
Instagram will start testing hiding likes in the United States with a small group of users sometime this week as it looks to promote better mental health.
WhatsApp is giving users more control over exactly who can add them to group chats so you no longer be added to spam groups by strangers.
Facebook says roughly 100 of its "partners" were able to get unauthorised access to users' personal information from an error on its Groups API.
Facebook has a brand new logo for the company. And no, there's no reason to freak out. Facebook, the app, will continue to have the iconic logo we have come to see for years.
Facebook's new FB5 redesign rolls out to some users as part of a beta test, but it's still not available for everyone.
Workplace by Facebook is getting new features, but more importantly: it gained 1 million users in just 7 months.
Own a PlayStation? You'll no longer be able to share your gameplay or connect with friends on Facebook as Sony is getting rid of the Facebook integration.
Oculus Quest will soon come with a built-in hand tracking feature, and the ability to play PC games via a cable.
Facebook launches a new generation of Portal devices, with the new Portal TV that lets you make WhatsApp video calls on the big screen.