Tech companies, WHO and software engineers have joined the COVID-19 Global Hackathon.
Microsoft and Facebook told employees in Seattle to stay home as coronavirus spreads throughout the city.
Facebook said the recent Coronavirus outbreak is likely to affect the production and availability of its hardware production.
Facebook agreed to buy CTRL-labs, a New York startup working on mind reading technology that allows people to control computer interfaces with their thoughts.
Facebook made a virtual assistant that can follow "Minecraft" player's instructions to help them with a variety of tasks.
After narrowly approving a $5 billion settlement for the Cambridge Analytica scandal, the FTC is now conducting an antitrust investigation into Facebook.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) reportedly approved a $5 billion settlement with Facebook over the Cambridge Analytica scandal that erupted in 2018.
U.S. House representatives has called on Facebook to immediately suspend the development of its Libra digital currency. Facebook hasn't responded yet.
Facebook announced a new subsidiary focused on financial services, Calibra, and the accompanying Libra cryptocurrency.
Google reportedly argued that Huawei could represent a U.S. national security risk if Google can no longer collaborate with the Chinese firm.
Facebook is reportedly planing on introducing a cryptocurrency and crypto-based payment system, in a effort code named Project Libra.
Facebook quietly updated a March blog post to say that the passwords of millions of Instagram users were stored in a readable format on its servers.
Oculus shipped "tens of thousands" of Touch controllers with messages like "The Masons Were Here" and "This Space For Rent" inscribed on the inside.
A court in Moscow issued a $50 fine to Facebook for violating a data privacy law that requires information about Russian users to be kept on servers in Russia.
Cisco Talos revealed how cyber criminals established dozens of Facebook groups with a collective 385,000 members--and how the social network responded to them.
UpGuard revealed that information about 540 million Facebook users gathered by Cultura Colectiva was publicly accessible via an unprotected Amazon S3 bucket.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development charged Facebook with violating the Fair Housing Act by allowing marketers to target ads.