In Mark Zuckerberg’s pursuit of a universe where digital worlds and reality collide, he has renamed Facebook to Meta. So what does this actually mean?
Despite the recent whistleblower scandal, Facebook generated “better-than-expected” revenue this quarter, totalling US$9bn.
According to a trusted source obtained by The Verge, Facebook is going to rebrand itself.
The Facebook whistleblower, Frances Haugen, has revealed that Facebook harms children and is damaging democracy.
Mark Zuckerberg has apologized for the 6-hour “disruption” to Facebook, Instagram and Whatsapp.
Facebook has launched two new products: portable Portal Go and the next-gen Portal+.
James Morris-Manuel, EMEA Managing Director of Matterport, explores why the metaverse: virtual replica of the built world, made up of billions of digital twins, will fundamentally change how we experience, interact with, and analyse the space around us.
Facebook and Ray-Ban’s smart glasses, Ray-Ban Stories, pose ethical and privacy-related concerns.
Following an internal email from Facebook being exposed, revealing that the social media platform believes the best approach is to normalise data leaks, Andrea Babbs, UK General Manager, VIPRE SafeSend, emphasises how worrying this statement is, as to give businesses an excuse to no longer invest time, money and effort in data security is a dangerous step in the wrong direction.
Australia make Google and Facebook pay for news
Facebook has announced that it will tackle the rise of problematic deepfakes on the site
Libra has lost five key backers in just one day, dealing a huge blow to the fledgeling cryptocurrency and leaving it without a US payment processor
At an event this September, Facebook and Oculus unveiled Horizon, a new virtual reality world which allows users to immerse themselves in a digital environment
Rumours have begun circulating around Facebook’s possible partnership with Ray-Ban. The two companies are believed to be working on a pair of augmented reality glasses.
Facebook has announced a plan to form an independent “oversight” board in order to moderate the social network.
Hundreds of millions of phone numbers from the accounts of Facebook users have been found online, putting more pressure on the social network
Twitter and Facebook have blocked Chinese news media from advertising on their platforms. Both sites say they’re putting a stop to a campaign of misinformation.
Researchers at Facebook are teaching an artificial intelligence to play Minecraft.
Facebook has claimed that it has paid external human contractors to listen to recordings of users without their knowledge.
Facebook has banned Hyp3r from delivering ads to Instagram, over fears of unlawful data collection