- Mark Zuckerberg announced at the beginning of the F8 conference Tuesday that Facebook is working on augmented reality (AR) through its camera.
- League Of Legends just released a new teaser on their Facebook page and I can tell you one thing: Tyler1 is still banned.
- Facebook is rolling out new updates to the in-app camera and making Facebook Stories available to all users.
- Facebook's Messenger chat client will now let you temporarily share your current location with friends and allow them to track where you are.
- Facebook announced Thursday two new features for Messenger: Reactions and Mentions. Here's how they work.
- Facebook users on a laptop or desktop can now set up Facebook Live broadcasts and stream to their friends on the social media network.
- The E.U. has ordered Google, Twitter and Facebook to find solutions to prevent consumers from falling into scams on its platforms or face "enforcement action."
- The Town Hall addition to Facebook is the latest addition to the app to help make getting involved in politics easier.
- Facebook is expanding the beta of its Snapchat-like Stories to more countries in advance of its eventual global launch.
- After facing pressure from the ACLU and other privacy groups, Facebook has updated its developer policy to explicitly prohibit the use of Facebook and Instagram data in surveillance tools.
- An analyst thinks Facebook may want to own Snapchat if the price is right.
- Facebook has once again taken inspiration from Snapchat with the introduction of Facebook Messenger Day—a Snapchat Stories-style feature.
- The Facebook 360 app will showcase virtual reality content on Facebook from publishers, pages and other users.
- The BBC reported dozens of sexualized images of children on Facebook to the platform, but instead of taking all the content down, Facebook reported the BBC to the police.
- The 'disputed news' feature on Facebook shows you what news has been disputed for being false and lets you report news as fake as well.
- Facebook is utilizing artificial intelligence to identify potentially suicidal users in hopes of keeping them from taking their own lives.
- Lent starts on Ash Wednesday, March 1 this year, and you should consider giving up Facebook, Instagram and other social media platforms.
A North Carolina Law Bans Sex Offenders From Social Media, But Does That Take Away First Amendment Rights?Lester Packingham Jr. a sex offender from North Carolina was convicted in 2010 for using Facebook, now his case has made it to the Supreme Court to see if sexual offenders should be allowed to use the social media site.