A billion people used Facebook on a single day this week, a massive number whatever way you look at it. In a post announcing Monday's extraordinary stat, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg made clear he isn't stopping there, though we kind of knew that anyway.
Facebook is, no doubt, a social media giant, but who's the man behind this billion dollar idea? We take a look at the life of Mark Zuckerberg.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg say he expects technology to one day give us the ability to send emotions and feelings to one another. His claim came during a Web-based Q&A session that also included questions from Arnold Schwarzenegger and Stephen Hawking.
Despite its attempts to masquerade as a benevolent all-access pass to the Internet, the controversial Internet.org is drawing criticism once again for flying in the face of net neutrality.
Developing nations are still struggling to get online and participate in the Internet, but the Internet.org platform could open up the Web to those who might not otherwise get the opportunity.
Mark Zuckerberg, through Facebook, has started an initiative called Internet.org that aims to bring the web to places lacking access. Just one problem; it seems the plan is meant to benefit Facebook more than anyone else.
If you haven't been glued to your computer for the last two days, we've got a good recap of some of the hottest new tech and mobile devices out of the world's largest mobile trade show, MWC 2015.
How do we get the rest of the world to start using the Internet? Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg touches on helping promote access among new users within Africa, Indonesia and other new markets.
Facebook isn’t going to build you a “Dislike” button, though they’ve considered it. This was one of the many interesting things founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg shared at a recent public Q&A session.
Back in September, Apple CEO Tim Cook said advertising-funded services used their customers as the product; Facebook CEO Mark Zuckberg disagrees, and thinks Apple should drop its prices.
In his first public Q&A with the Facebook community, Mark Zuckerberg said he understood that having to load up a separate app for messaging was "painful" for some users, but that the move was essential to offer the best service possible.
If there's something you'd love to ask Mark Zuckerberg, now's your chance. The founder and boss of the world's largest social networking site is set to host Facebook's first public Q&A session on November 6, with the entire event livestreamed.
Facebook's Q3 figures may have pleased investors on Tuesday, but CEO Mark Zuckerberg's comments that "aggressive" investing was necessary for the company to achieve its long-term goals ended up pushing shares down.
With Facebook looking to learn more about China's tech market, how long until the ban on the social network is lifted from the country?
Several years after Paul Ceglia's case was dismissed and revealed as a fraud, Facebook is suing the law firms which supported the claim he owned 84 percent ownership of the social network.