Facebook romance has resulted in the murder of an Indian woman by her angry 'virtual' lover, who committed suicide later, a report said.
A 22-year-old man from Uttar Pradesh state's Muzaffarnagar shot dead his virtual
Facebook is preparing to join the mobile-payments race with remittances and electronic-money services on the social network, the Financial Times (FT) has reported, citing several people involved in the process.
The company is clos
Facebook will no longer let users send and receive private messages within its main smartphone app, and will require that users install a separate messaging app, the company said.
Facebook began notifying users in France, England
Fraser Suites Dubai has launched a multi-platform social media strategy in support of developing its brand awareness and consumer engagement across the GCC.
Fraser Suite Dubai will launch its Facebook page, Pinterest, Instagram, T
Facebook is harnessing satellite, drone and other technology as part of an ambitious and costly effort to beam Internet connectivity to people in underdeveloped parts of the world.
The world's No. 1 social network said on Thur
Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan said Turkey could ban Facebook and YouTube, which he says have been abused by his political enemies, after local elections on March 30.
Erdogan is locked in a power struggle with the U.S.-based Turkis
The world's biggest messaging service WhatsApp, which Facebook bought for $19 billion recently, will add voice calls to its product in the second quarter of this year, its chief executive Jan Koum said.
With 450 million users
WhatsApp, the rapidly expanding mobile messaging app, suffered an outage for more than three hours on Saturday, frustrating users just days after its acquisition by Facebook for $19 billion.
"WhatsApp service has been restore
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's $19 billion bet in buying WhatsApp may ultimately prove to be a strategic masterstroke: shutting rival Google out of an upstart phenomenon and gaining swathes of users - and their data - in emerging markets.
Facebook Inc will buy fast-growing mobile-messaging startup WhatsApp for $19 billion in cash and stock in a landmark deal that places the world's largest social network closer to the heart of mobile communications and may bring younger users