In a blog post today, Facebook pointed out that a record number of Americans have "come out" on the platform, emphasizing a national shift towards the long-awaited acceptance of different sexual orientations in mainstream media.
People are snapping pics of themselves as frozen chicken as part of New Zealand's newest Internet craze. Unlike the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge or planking, participants are required to do the Frozen Chook in the nude.
Some online daters are noticing their Tinder matches popping up on Facebook as suggested friends. But there may not be a direct connection, with the cause more likely being a side-effect of your other online activity.
It took a while, but Facebook has finally come up with a way for users to block unwanted memories from its "On This Day" feature. New filters allow users to reject names and dates they'd rather forget about, hopefully ensuring fewer nasty…
Facebook wants you to shop with the brands you like right in its app. The social network developed tools for brands to make better ads, a shopping feed for users to browse through, and even a buy button.
It can be challenging to keep track of everything that happens in the tech world. That's why we have compiled a list of the top 10 tech stories from this week — just for you. From Netflix upping its subscription price to an attempted…
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.
Pro.com users in San Francisco and Seattle can now text or use Facebook Messenger connect with a home improvement expert who will can answers questions and schedule repairs by a certified professional.