More than a year after Netflix added Facebook connectivity in other parts of the world, U.S. users are finally getting their chance to share.
The redesigned News Feed is simpler, cleaner and designed to be consistent across desktop and mobile devices. Here are a few reasons why that’s a good thing.
Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg is on a mission to change the balance of power. Why she just might pull it off.
Apple, Facebook and Twitter have all fallen victim to the same attack by hackers over the past few weeks. Here’s what you need to know about the recent attacks, and how to stay safe.
Reuters reports that Apple has revealed it was “attacked by the same hackers who targeted Facebook” last month.
Facebook hasn’t said when it will roll out Graph Search more broadly. Still, it’s worth taking a few minutes to check over your profile–if only for the peace of mind that your Facebook presence is squeaky clean.
Instagram users can now view their photo feeds through any web browser. This web-based Instagram Feed is a simple one, mimicking the look and feel of Instagram’s mobile apps.
Facebook is reportedly working on a smartphone app that can track your location. Or if you want to use spicier terminology, it’s working on a “location tracker.” Everybody panic!
Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom took to his company’s blog to announce that Instagram users are now able to view their photos and the photos of the people they follow directly from the web.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg made it crystal clear Wednesday that the social networking juggernaut has a better working relationship with hardware giant Apple than it does with web search leader Google.
While I very much welcome the discovery nature of Facebook’s Graph Search, in concept, at a very personal level I think we need to approach it with concern about what it can index about us.
No surprise — those Facebook photos of your friends on vacation or celebrating a birthday party that can make you feel lousy.