An app called Quicklet has been updated to include a feature that lets people find out who else is on their plane. If someone else is using the app, they will appear on everyone else's phone through a Facebook seat check-in function. So, not only does Quicklet
The DEA has come under fire for using personal information from a suspect to create a fake Facebook profile with the intention of contacting criminals. Facebook has responded to the DEA's actions by saying it was a "serious breach of Facebook's terms and policies."
Facebook is suing four separate law firms that represented Paul Ceglia in his 2010 case against the social network. Four years ago, Ceglia made a claim that he owned 84 percent of the social network, and it took until 2013 for a court to rule that his claim was not
Apple and Facebook are both going to begin covering egg freezing for female employees who want to make sure they will be able to have children later in their life. The tech companies have added egg freezing to their respective list of employee benefits. Both
Facebook has announced a new feature called Safety Check that will help users inform family and friends of their health status during a natural disaster. Since communication during a tornado, hurricane, or other disaster can be difficult, Safety Check makes it easier
Facebook is releasing some of the code for Paper on GitHub now that it has become clear the app is not going to take off anytime soon. Paper is far from a bad application, but for Facebook users, there are few reasons to use it. The social network has slowly made
The first Facebook smartphone was developed by HTC and according to sales it was a phone to forget. The popular social company is not giving up and has found a new partner for its project. Apparently Samsung has accepted the challenge and will release a Facebook phone.
Facebook has begun rolling out support for stickers in comments, group posts and event posts across the social network, starting today. Both mobile and desktop users will be able to use stickers in their replies. Stickers was originally exclusive to Messenger.
Given the things that have come out about the NSA and the tech community as a result of the Snowden leaks, it is not surprising Edward Snowden dislikes some major technology companies. During an interview with The New Yorker, Snowden provided a few tips
There are rumors going around in regards to a new standalone application from Facebook that will offer anonymous chats. That app could launch as soon as this month, according to the New York Times. Facebook's app will reportedly let people chat without entering their