Facebook has lost its appeal on blocking a number of New York search warrants. A unanimous ruling held that social media giant "does not have the power to ask a judge to throw out search warrants before they have been executed."
A new Pew Research Center study reveals that a growing number of parents are using Facebook either to provide or receive "parenting-related information and social support," either because parents are hipper or Facebook's users are older.
Uber has been hit with a hefty $7.3 million fine for failing to provide California regulators with data it's been asking for since last year. The ride-sharing outfit has 30 days to appeal, or face a ban on its service in its home state.
Facebook said this week it's planning to give businesses the chance to create "mini e-commerce sites" as part of their presence on the social networking site, a move that would offer users an end-to-end shopping experience.
Today on DT Daily: Amazon.com is working hard to lure in shoppers with their Christmas-In-July sale known as "Prime Day," and Adobe's Flash player tech takes hit after hit following the Hacker Team document release.
A new study from the Pew Research Center shows that an increasing number of adult Americans is getting its current-events news from either Twitter or Facebook – affirming a trend that began in the last couple of years.
Facegloria is Brazil’s G-rated version of Facebook, and it already has 100,000 users. The site has strict rules against swearing, nudity, and more. But its immediate popularity has also caught Facebook's attention, in a cease-and-desist…
Facebook is reportedly considering launching a new Messenger feature called Moneypenny that'll allow users to communicate in real-time with human assistants to find information on products and services, and even get help with purchases.