Facebook’s Free Basic Express WiFi Goes Live In India
Facebook has launched a new scheme that brings people internet access especially to underserved locations in India. Express Wi-fi offers software to local establishments to allow them to work with service providers and share their internet connection with the public for a fee.
Locky Ransomware Is Using Facebook And LinkedIn Images To Hijack Your PC
Although this kind of malware have always existed, now is way more difficult to avoid it considering that Facebook and LinkedIn users are not used to this kind of situations on these platforms.
Facebook Aims For China Re-entry With New Censorship Tool
Facebook is working on a censorship tool that should help the company re-enter the Chinese market.
Why 2017 Will Be The Year For Live Video Entertainment
Popular social media sites such as Youtube, Facebook, and Twitter are featuring the Live Video app. Will we see this trend throughout 2017? Click to read more about it.
Facebook Might Send You $5 Check, Here Is Why
After two years of trials and appeals, a California court granted Facebook a $20 million settlement in August. That means anyone who appeared in unsanctioned promotional materials is eligible for a $15 payout—that is, if they submitted a claim by May 2, 2013.
Facebook's Fight Against Fake News Finished By Twitter Exec
Facebook has been under such scrutiny regarding its spread of fake news, especially following the recent US national elections.
Nearly Half Of American Online Users Have Been Harassed, Report Finds
More women have experienced harassment online than men. Women are more likely to be harassed over long periods of time and subjected to damaging rumors, study shows.
Most Teens Can't Identify A Fake News Online, Study Says
A recent study done by Stanford researchers show that most students don't know how to distinguish fake news. The researchers are now working on a curriculum to teach students about critical thinking.
Facebook Drone Accident Is Now On Safety Investigation
Facebook first-ever giant drone, called Aquila, experienced a “structural failure” during a test flight on June 28. The U.S. safety agency is investigating an accident involving a massive experimental drone Facebook Inc. is developing to bring the internet to remote areas of the world.
Facebook Is Testing An Experiment On Public WiFi
The world's largest social network is reportedly testing a public Wi-Fi finder feature within its mobile apps. The Facebook team says that it’s not a media company, but it just might be turning into a Wi-Fi finder service.
Facebook's Find Free Wi-Fi App: Useful Or Not?
Facebook is currently testing a new feature that is said to help users find free Wi-Fi hotspots nearby. Click to know more about it.
Jessica Whelan Update: The 4-Year-Old Girl Who Broke Internet's Heart Succumbed To Cancer
Jessica from Oswaldtwistle, Lancashire, passed away 13 months after she was diagnosed with stage four neuroblastoma. Her dad had been posting images in Facebook to raise awareness of the disease.
'Facebook And Google Lied To You' Said Kanye West: In A Concert
"Facebook and Google lied to you," said Kanye West in a concert held in Sacramento, California. Just a few days after telling fans at a concert that he would have voted for Donald Trump, Kanye West delivered another statement on Saturday night.
Mark Zuckerberg Shares Facebook's Plan Regarding The Fake News Issue
Mark Zuckerberg, the Facebook CEO, said late Friday that the tech firm is exploring ways to fight fake news issues on the site after the company faced mounting critiques that it isn’t doing enough to prevent misinformation from going viral.