Facebook announced that it will meet the requirements of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which goes into effect in late May.
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My approach to Facebook and other social networks is consistent with my general approach to technology: All things in moderation.
A data mining firm stole data of 50 million Facebook users to manipulate voter behavior, but is it really Facebook's fault?
Facebook releases its official Video app for watching shows and videos on the network for your Xbox One.
Instagram Stories' new Type mode could be the beginning of text-only posts on the platform.
As it continues to fight fake news, Facebook is introducing a new update to the News Feed that prioritizes local news sources.
Instagram is everything that Facebook isn't, and vice versa. And that's a good thing.
As Facebook continues to push Live experiences on its platforms, the company is rolling out a new feature which would actually be a perfect for Netflix.
Messenger is full of junk, and Facebook is finally taking steps to declutter the app this year.
Social network giant Facebook is readying its $499 smart display, set to launch this May.
Facebook is pulling the plug off its M smart assistant on Messenger, one of the most powerful smart assistants powered by AI and...humans.
Microsoft is ending support for Facebook login on Skype which is an odd move as this is not going to help with user-growth.
Facebook now syncs your Stories across Messenger and Facebook, and it'll soon start syncing your Instagram Stories, too.
Instagram this week announced that it now has over 700 million users, a dramatic increase in usage since last year. Count me in: My own usage of this service has likewise increased.
Microsoft announced today that the official Facebook, Facebook Messenger and Instagram apps for Windows 10 will be made available starting today. Facebook and Facebook Messenger are launching on PCs, while Instagram is being made available on Mobile.
Thanks to a coming update to the Microsoft Health mobile app, Microsoft Band users will be able to compete with their friends on Facebook using new social challenges and leaderboards.
A key Microsoft platform differentiator was silently killed by one of the software giant's biggest partners this week, as Facebook discontinued support for a key API.