Facebook can make you feel more committed in relationship
Facebook can make you feel more committed in relationship

Not just shopping together, couples who spend time together on Facebook tend to share a stronger bond and enjoy a longer-lasting relationship than those who avoid seeing each other online, an interesting study has revealed.

Thumbs up! Mark Zuckerberg and wife Priscilla expecting a baby girl
Thumbs up! Mark Zuckerberg and wife Priscilla expecting a baby girl

The popular social networking site Facebook Inc Chief Executive, Mark Zuckerberg has announced that he and his wife, Priscilla Chan, are expecting a baby girl.

Facebook unveils solar-powered aircraft designed to provide internet access

 Facebook has completed the production of its first full-scale solar-powered internet drone that will deliver wireless internet with lasers from the sky in parts of the developing world where internet availability is still a dream.

Robert Vadra explains Facebook post, denies insulting Parliament

Robert Vadra on Thursday explained his controversial Facebook post purportedly attacking parliamentarians, saying he has a high respect for the House and its members.

Germans not okay with Facebook's real name policy

 Facebook's real name policy has been challenged by a German regulator which ruled that the policy is violative of the right to privacy and urged the social networking site to allow people to use pseudonyms.

Facebook bids adieu to 'Happy Birthday!' wishes
Facebook bids adieu to 'Happy Birthday!' wishes

 Making birthday greetings on Facebook even more impersonal, the social networking giant has rolled out a feature that allows a user to wish "Happy Birthday" just by texting '1' from a smartphone.

Facebook tests tags for profile page
Facebook tests tags for profile page

Facebook has been testing a new feature called profile tags.

Facebook teaches how to improve workplace diversity
Facebook teaches how to improve workplace diversity

 Facebook has designed a training course for improving diversity in the workplace and is willing to share this with others as long as it helps eliminate biases in the hiring process.

Facebook opens to more mobile operators to sign up to internet.org
Facebook opens to more mobile operators to sign up to internet.org

Facebook has announced that it is making it easier for any mobile operator to sign up to internet.org to offer free internet access to basic online services marking the one-year anniversary.

Facebook eyes 4.5 billion users with Internet.Org
Facebook eyes 4.5 billion users with Internet.Org

A year after Facebook introduced Internet.Org, the company is making it easier for any mobile operator to sign up to offer free Internet access to basic online services and hopes to add more 4.5 billion users.

Facebook obsession can lead girls to risky dieting'

Women's emotional attachment to Facebook can lead to poor perception of their body and also follow risky dieting, a study says.

The 'funny guy' in APJ Abdul Kalam's life
The 'funny guy' in APJ Abdul Kalam's life

He was Dr APJ Abdul Kalam's constant companion and was with him when he collapsed on the stage at IIM Shillong.

In a touching tribute, posted on Facebook, the former president's advisor Srijan Pal Singh recounts the last moments of the man India so dearly misses.

Facebook opens portal to expand Internet.org reach
Facebook opens portal to expand Internet.org reach

 In a bid to rope in more mobile operators into the Internet.org project, Facebook has announced a dedicated portal that provides a go-to resource for the operators seeking to connect with Facebook and offer the service, media reports said.

Ready to scale up Internet.Org free basic services: Facebook

Undeterred by the criticism from Net neutrality activists in India, social networking giant Facebook Monday said it will expand its Internet.Org programme to offer free basic Internet services to the unconnected.

Facebook helps discover new plant species
Facebook helps discover new plant species

A huge carnivorous plant has become the first plant species to be "discovered on Facebook" after a photo posted by an amateur researcher in Brazil was spotted by scientists on the social networking site.

Facebook 'discovers' a new plant species
Facebook 'discovers' a new plant species

 When an amateur researcher posted a picture of a plant on Facebook, little did he realise that it could be a new plant species in the world "discovered on Facebook".

Social networking: A boon or bane for youth?
Social networking: A boon or bane for youth?

Over the last decade the popularity of social networking sites has risen to a massive scale. People seem to love the idea of communicating with each other through pictures, videos, messages and voice mails than talking face to face.

Facebook rolls out new video tools and library for publishers
Facebook rolls out new video tools and library for publishers

Facebook has released new tools that provide publishers with more customization options when distributing their videos.

In counter-attack, Govt draws up plans to 'embarrass' Congress

Unfazed by the opposition campaign, the government has drawn up a counter plan to "embarrass" and "expose" the Congress in every possible way and "exhaust" the party, which has paralysed Parliament for the last three days.

Congress seeks removal of 'irrelevant' references to Robert Vadra in Parliament

Angered by BJP raking up the Robert Vadra issue in the Lok Sabha, Congress on Thursday approached the Speaker to plead for removal of "irrelevant" references against the son-in-law of party president Sonia Gandhi.