Facebook details how it uses your personal information

Facebook details how it uses your personal information

Facebook published a psychological study involving 700,000 persons in 2014 that sparked controversy about the company's ethics. 

Attention Facebook users! Now, upload and view 360-degrees photos in News Feed

Attention Facebook users! Now, upload and view 360-degrees photos in News Feed

Users will be able to identify the photos by the compass icon floating on the upper right hand corner of the image.

Facebook bids goodbye to desktop ad exchange

Facebook bids goodbye to desktop ad exchange

Social networking giant Facebook is reportedly planning to close FBX -- an ad exchange that allows advertisers to buy desktop ads, media reports said.

Facebook to take on YouTube with 'music' videos

Facebook to take on YouTube with 'music' videos

 In a bid to take on video-sharing website YouTube, social networking giant Facebook is planning a new feature called "Slideshow" which will include music from Warner Music Group to help users create "soundtrack options".

Facebook 'Reactions' failed to engage users: Study

Facebook 'Reactions' failed to engage users: Study

The study by social media analytics and benchmarking tool for professionals Quintly found that "Reaction" emoticons are underused till date.

Facebook 'Reactions' failed to engage users: Study

Facebook 'Reactions' failed to engage users: Study

 The additional "Reaction" buttons that social media giant Facebook introduced next to the "Like" button this year have failed to charm users, a study has found.

 

Facebook working on Snapchat-like camera app: Report

Facebook working on Snapchat-like camera app: Report

The app is being reportedly developed by Facebook's "friend-sharing" team in London.

Facebook users are 'working for free': Expert

Facebook users are 'working for free': Expert

Expert terms Facebook users as "products" of the company who are working for free.

Facebook apologises for Safety Check glitch after Pakistan blast

Facebook apologises for Safety Check glitch after Pakistan blast

Facebook users from Honolulu to Brussels and Cairo to Hong Kong were baffled by the notification, a feature that lets users signal to friends that they are safe following an event in their area like a terror attack or natural disaster.

World is shrinking, we are just 3.5 degrees apart: Facebook

World is shrinking, we are just 3.5 degrees apart: Facebook

In 2011, researchers at Cornell University, the Università degli Studi di Milano and Facebook computed the average across the 721 million people using the website.

Zuckerberg aims to have five billion Facebook users by 2030

Zuckerberg aims to have five billion Facebook users by 2030

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wishes to have five billion users by 2030.

Facebook users identify mysterious Jerusalem 'relic'

Facebook users solved the mystery of a gilded object unearthed in Jerusalem within hours after Israel's antiquities authority turned to the social networking site in an effort to identify it, a media report said.

Know how to become famous on Facebook

Know how to become famous on Facebook

Let's check out some ways to become famous on Facebook.

Facebook tests vanishing messages

Facebook tests vanishing messages

 Tapping an hourglass icon on the top right of the screen in Messenger will allow users to send messages designed to vanish an hour after they are sent.

For a happier life, give up Facebook: Study

For a happier life, give up Facebook: Study

Facebook users are 39 percent more likely to feel less happy than non-users.

Most friends post Facebook pictures to make you jealous

Most friends post Facebook pictures to make you jealous

A British survey reveals that almost everybody lies on their Facebook and Instagram profiles to look good.

An emotional you will make Facebook richer

An emotional you will make Facebook richer

Getting users to feel strong emotions and empathise with one another online is the trade secret that all social networks share.

Facebook back in service after second outage

Facebook back in service after second outage

 Facebook Inc restored access to its social media website for most users on Monday afternoon, after its second outage in less than a week.

Unfriending colleagues on Facebook is bullying: Tribunal

Can trimming out someone from your Facebook friends' list land you in the dock? In Tasmania it did, where a tribunal has ruled that 'unfriending' someone on Facebook amounts to workplace bullying.

How few `likes` on Facebook can sway potential voters

How few `likes` on Facebook can sway potential voters

A new study has revealed that comments about candidates on Facebook have impact on potential voters.