Facebook said it had changed some of the procedures for its "Trending Topics" section after a news report alleging it suppressed conservative news prompted a US Congressional demand for more transparency.
The company sai
UAE Exchange, a leading global remittance, foreign exchange and payment solutions brand, said it has recently crossed One Million fans on its official Facebook page, making it the first ever exchange house globally to do so.
Landmark Group, the Middle East-based retail and hospitality conglomerate, has become the first company in the region to launch Facebook at Work to connect 10,000 employees across 11 countries.
The move aims to encourage collaboration a
Facebook Inc lost the first round in a court fight against some of its users who sued the social networking company, alleging it "unlawfully" collected and stored users' biometric data derived from their faces in photographs.
Social media giant Facebook has paid a $10,000 reward to a 10-year-old Finnish boy for finding a glitch in its picture sharing app Instagram.
Jani, whose last name was not released for privacy reasons, is the youngest ever recipie
Facebook’s quarterly revenue rose more than 50 per cent, beating Wall Street expectations as its wildly popular mobile app and a push into live video lured new advertisers and encouraged existing ones to boost spending.
Facebook is developing a stand-alone camera app, similar to disappearing photo app Snapchat, to increase user engagement, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
The app, being developed by Facebo
Facebook said it has opened up its Messenger app to developers to create chatbots, hoping that by simulating one-on-one conversations between users and companies it will expand its reach in customer service and enterprise transactions.
Facebook has announced it had bolstered the default encryption settings for the more than one billion users of its popular WhatsApp messaging service so that all messages will now be accessible only to the sender and recipient.
Egypt blocked Facebook’s Free Basics Internet service at the end of last year after the US company refused to give the Egyptian government the ability to spy on users, two people familiar with the matter said.