While Facebook may not have an official browser, RockMelt is rapidly becoming what one would imagine a Facebook browser to look like.
While Facebook’s growth may have slowed, an updated version of the global social network landscape illustrates that Facebook continues to surge in popularity.
While you’d typically expect a billionaire to speak to Ivy League college graduates, Mark Zuckerberg decided to speak at an 8th grade graduation at a school next to Facebook’s new campus.
Facebook is currently testing a new version of the news feed that displays liking and commenting activity by a user’s friends in real time.
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European Union data-protection regulators have reportedly said that they are launching a probe of Facebook’s facial recognition feature, a day after Sophos pointed out that the social network might have reset users’ default settings for the feature.
iPhones will now have Twitter for identity, but is that what developers really want?
Facebook’s well known facial recognition system was limited to users in North America, but it went global over the past couple of days.
It what appears to be an unofficial agreement, Facebook and Apple will honor each other’s currency for games running on their platform as long as the cost of virtual goods is the same on both platforms.
Here are a few entertaining status updates to celebrate this year’s graduates.