Mark Zuckerberg writes an "essay" on Facebook, which offers a detailed, idealistic vision of the role of the world's biggest social network
The new apps -- for Apple TV, Amazon's Fire TV and Samsung Smart TV -- will provide a more convenient way for users of the social network to view videos on a large screen.
Chan Zuckerberg Biohub promises 47 California scientists as much as $1.5 million each
A Syrian refugee taking a selfie with Angela Merkel is now suing Facebook for defamatory use of his image
The check-in feature allows users to signal to friends that they are safe after an event in their area such as a terror attack or natural disaster.
The European Commission said the EU's greenlight of the buyout, announced in October 2014, was not in jeopardy but the social network could face almost two hundred million euros in fines.
The US social giant, with some 1.8 billion users worldwide, has however avoided being labeled a "media company" or implemented efforts to impose editorial judgments on news being shared.
Critics of the companies have called for these efforts, saying they could be based on a similar program to curb child pornography.
Study shows users live longer, although causality not proven
Reporters able to post advertisement that excluded Asians, blacks, Hispanics
Straight from the horses mouth, Trump has launched a nightly live show on Facebook to counter the biased media
A German politician has said Facebook should pay for failing to remove online hate comment
Facebook enters e-commerce with a new launch today called Marketplace, allowing users buy and sell items locally
Popular social-media platform criticized for blocking Palestinian activists’ accounts, deleting posts
The 1972 picture of a naked Vietnamese girl running from a napalm attack is considered one of the Vietnam war's defining images
Mark Zuckerberg has vowed to continue effort to provide satellite for Africa
Facebook will target advertising to Whatsapp users but will steer clear of third party advertising content
Facebook may be forced to pay back more than $3 billion in taxes after federal investigators asked a judge in California to force Facebook to open up its financial and business records for 2010
Company sees best-ever share price on day of quarterly earnings report
Facebook begins using artificial intelligence to describe photos to blind users
With a new strategy in place, the Justice Department is seeking the help of Facebook, Twitter and Google to help aid in the fight against online extremism.