Facebook Launches 'Community Help', Aims To Save Millions Of Lives During Calamities
Facebook has upgraded its Safety Check mechanism in an effort to make better connections to people who are in need in a more organized fashion. The all new Community Help Tool will better connect people towards others who are in need by directly messaging them in the midst of a tragic event.
U.S. May Soon Require Visitors To Give Up Their Facebook Passwords
Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly is floating the idea of requiring foreign visitors to the United States to give up the password to their social network accounts before they are allowed to enter the country.
A Syrian Refugee Is Suing Facebook Over A Fake News
Just when we thought that fake news was an issue that Facebook had started to get away of, a Syrian refugee is suing the social media network because of a really ugly case.
Mark Zuckerberg In Danger Of Losing Facebook Board Chairmanship
A group of Facebook shareholders is pushing for the removal of founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg from the board's chairmanship.
Facebook And Google Partner To Fight Against Fake News In France
Facebook and Google´s main weapon to fight against fake news could be extremely effective, and it could set a turning point in the history of journalism, since users can now ask what information is reliable.
Tech Companies vs Trump: Apple, Facebook, Google And Others To Release Joint Letter Opposing Immigration Ban
The giant tech companies are joining forces to oppose the Trump's immigration ban.
Will Snapchat Be Like Twitter Or Facebook After The IPO?
Once Snapchat becomes IPO, it would set a whole new battle against its most ferocious competitors Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, given the fact that this company will have to maintain its users no matter what.
How Snapchat Went From No Investors To A $3B IPO Company
While Snapchat currently has an IPO worth US$3 billion and is one of the brightest gems in the apps market, it was never actually expected to succeed - not by a long shot.
Facebook’s New Tool Makes It Easy To Search Photos You’re Not Tagged In
Lumos, Facebook's specialized platform for image and video understanding. It is the network' search tool that can identify features in images and video automatically for every user.
Facebook Plans To Be Like YouTube, Not Netflix
Facebook is focusing more on shorter form of content to start being like YouTube. CEO Zuckerberg said that the firm is willing to pay more for video ads than text or images.
Happy Friends Day! The Reason Facebook Made Up This Celebration
Just yesterday, Facebook has launched a new feature where a dancing robot that is made out of like button and reaction emojis displays images of your friends in a bid to celebrate Friendship Day.
Facebook's New 'Recommendations' Feature Helps Users Get Advice
The Facebook feature that allows people from the user friend list to give recommendations arrives in the U.K.
WhatsApp Sued By German Consumer Group
WhatsApp is being sued by a German Consumer Group over its change of privacy terms in August.
Facebook Beats Expectations In Q4 With $8.81 Billion Revenue
Facebook beat growth targets across the board despite running out of room to place ads in the News Feed. The social network had another strong quarter in 2016, earning $8.81 billion in revenue and $1.41 EPS.