Facebook has unveiled a new pack of reactions for status updates, letting the 1.4 billion social network users send more than a like to friends. Sadly, for those hoping for a dislike button, it is not there.
Mark Zuckerberg's latest Facebook post reveals what the tech mogul wears to work. The status, which has now been shared over a million times, offers an exclusive glimpse into Zuckerberg's distinct fashion style.
Risking negative feedback and lower interaction rates from core users, Facebook has opened up the spigot for serving ads on Instagram. Many of these ads are video clips rather than traditional banner ads.
If you browse your Facebook feed, you'll probably notice several posts from friends telling you to be more like them. The posts are based on a meme, "Be Like Bill," and thanks to a meme generator, it's found renewed popularity, and…
Facebook launches its sports hub, Sports Stadium, which is designed to provide fans with opportunities to offer commentary on games, catch stats and the play-by-play, and see what their friends and family members are saying about the game…
Sharing your sports viewing experience is getting elevated to the next level with Facebook Sports Stadium. Think of it as Facebook, but with more info about the game you're watching, and considerably more trash talking.
In 2013, Nielsen began measuring Twitter buzz as part of how it gauges a TV show's ratings. In the first half of 2016, Facebook will become a factor too, with Instagram following at some point in the future.
Researcher Robin Dunbar has found that even if you have hundreds of friends online, you only have four real friends you can count on in rough times, possibly indicating the importance of in-person interaction in relationships.
Facebook has announced Tor network support for Android devices, allowing mobile users to have the same level of anonymity as desktop users. It comes two years after Facebook first launched a Tor onion address for Web users.
Maybe it's his basketball playing. Maybe it's Obamacare. Maybe it's his whole-hearted embrace of social media. Whatever he's doing, President Barack Obama is officially the most "liked" leader on Facebook, and by a very, very wide…