Facebook is tweaking ways to share content: The company improved its "like" and "share" buttons, and is allowing for more customization on embedded posts. These adjustments highlight how integral third-party publishers are to Facebook's future goals.
Facebook is testing ways to help brands surface real-time conversations. This will help it compete with Twitter, but may rouse privacy concerns. Would you want a brand to seek you out after you wrote about them on Facebook?
Facebook hired a "deep learning" luminary for its New York City artificial intelligence research lab, NYU professor Yann LeCun. Will the expanding project change how we search online, or just help Facebook sell ads?
Facebook released an overview of the most popular places and topics for 2013. Some of the results were expected – elections, sports, celebrities. Apparently everyone wanted to check in at Disneyland.
Facebook has released a list of its games of the year. The list includes 23 games that span multiple categories, and come from studios located all around the world.
If you're trying to escape catching a cold or getting allergies, use SickWeather to see which areas in your city to avoid. The iOS app scans Twitter and Facebook feeds to determine which areas of your city are most likely to get you sick.
Facebook scammers are spreading a fake Paul Walker car crash video, preying on Facebook users' morbid curiosity to snag personal information. This is just another example of how scam artists use our obsession with celebrity culture against us.
After Facebook announced it would be promoting certain types of posts over others - and that memes would take the biggest hit - the publishing industry is reacting.
Facebook employees came up with the idea for a 'sympathize' button at a recent hackathon. Will it ever make it onto your screen?
Security researchers have uncovered a criminal botnet that has stolen over 2 million passwords from sites like Facebook and Google.
If you're wondering if your hatred for a Facebook friend is reciprocated, you can use Hate With Friends, an odd social experiment app that could leave you feeling awfully sad.
Facebook just acquired a patent that will allow it to track some of the data provided by its users in an effort to combat illegal file sharing activities occurring over the social network.
Facebook's new 'Unfollow' button will work exactly how 'Hide All' did ... you'll just feel guiltier about censoring your unknowingly annoying friends. A few other News Feed options may have gotten the axe with this change, however.
Facebook is once again mixing up its News Feed algorithm, this time promoting popular old stories from your friends, news outlets ... and burying memes. Get it straight, Internet: Imgur, Facebook is not.
New rumors say Instagram.com email addresses are on the way – a feature that is very reminiscent of Facebook's 2010 messaging experiments. Is this an attempt to fill out the photo-sharing service, or to compete with mobile messengers nipping at Facebook's…