Facebook is marking the 10th anniversary of its "most advanced" invention: the Facebook News Feed. The celebrations were led by the company's CEO Mark Zuckerberg, and included a live-stream with the team that created the defining feature.
Mark Zuckerberg, who is currently in Africa, is deeply troubled by the loss of his firm's Amos-6 satellite as a result of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket explosion. He shared his thoughts in the form of a public post on the social network.
Mark Zuckerberg is the latest tech CEO to meet with Pope Francis at the Vatican. The Facebook founder and CEO turned up to the meeting with a unique gift for the Pontiff. The two also discussed a range of global issues.
After unveiling a bit about his AI butler back in June, Mark Zuckerberg says the system is nearly ready to show the public, and that it currently only responds to commands from him without recognizing his wife's voice.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg claims in a new interview that his AI personal assistant now lets him control his entire home, and also makes him breakfast. Zuck states that he is readying the system for a demo "soon."
Mark Zuckerberg has shared a Facebook post in which he discusses the video of Philando Castile’s fatal shooting at the hands of a police officer that was shared live on the social network on Wednesday.
Israel's Interior Minister has labeled Facebook a "monster" that is deterring terror investigations by not taking down extremist content from its platform. The damning allegations were made during a TV interview.
Former Facebook product manager Antonio Garcia Martinez has released a new book that details the "oppressive" conditions at the social network, particularly for female workers. Martinez worked at the company for two years before being…
Looks like no one is immune to being hacked -- not even Google CEO Sundar Pichai, who was recently hacked by the same group that previously hacked Mark Zuckerberg, Channing Tatum, and Spotify CEO Daniel Ek.
President Obama is set to take part in a Facebook Live discussion with Mark Zuckerberg as part of a Silicon Valley summit on tech from emerging markets. The live chat will be broadcast on the social network this Friday.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg covered his laptop's camera with a piece of tape, meaning if hackers compromise his machine they won't be able to watch him. Should you do the same thing? Or is Zuckerberg just being paranoid?
Facebook addressed its courtship of China, where it is still banned, along with a number of other business issues as its annual shareholder meeting. Both CEO Mark Zuckerberg, and COO Sheryl Sandberg spoke at the event, attended by over 100…