Facebook is on the hunt to recruit people who have national security clearances, as part of a broader push to address meddling on the social network ahead of general elections.
Using a major natural disaster to advertise your latest technology isn’t the smoothest of marketing strategies.
According to Facebook, the average person (and that’s globally) spends 50 minutes a day on its various platforms — Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, and WhatsApp.
Google will no longer force news providers to offer free content if they want articles to appear high in the search engine’s results.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has responded to criticism from US president Donald Trump that the world’s largest social network has always been against him.
Social media giant Facebook will share 3,000 Russia-linked political adverts with congressional committees investigating the Kremlin’s influence during the 2016 US presidential campaign.
Monetisation of the messaging market is in full swing, and many apps are starting to use advertising to keep the lights on.
A big change is coming to the way that publishers share their stories on Facebook.
Remember Google Glass, the first augmented reality glasses that Google released back in 2013?
The first Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism (GIFCT) workshop takes place today in San Francisco.
Another day, another government fight against encrypted messaging apps.
The global investment bank Goldman Sachs has relaxed its corporate dress code for technology and engineering employees in a bid to attract talent amid growing competition.
Facebook has plans to launch original TV programmes by “late summer” according to the Wall Street Journal (WSJ).
Nicholas Borge left his well-paid consulting job of 10 years in January to do something different.
The UK has been hit by three terror attacks, and a suspected fourth, over the past few months, causing death and pain to many people across the country.
The communications platform Slack, which aims to disrupt emails, could be bought by Amazon in a deal which would value the startup at $9bn.
Uber has become an essential part of a night out for many around the world.
US technology giants Google, Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, and Facebook have taken the top five places in a new ranking of the world’s most valuable brands.
In China, the mobile payment market is no longer monopolised by Alipay as competition from WeChat has dented its market share.
Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg said he supports the introduction of a universal basic income across the US.