Facebook's new mobile ads will utilize augmented reality in an attempt to engage shoppers.
Facebook announces plans to design its own machine learning processors that will allow it to take down content in real-time.
In the first of our Power User Profile series, we talk to a professional VR/AR developer about what hardware and software he uses to create 3D worlds.
The company is addressing the Cambridge Analytica controversy by making changes to its platform and the way organizations use its data.
Facebook revealed that roughly 470 accounts suspected to be of Russian origin spent $100,000 on ads from June 2015 to May 2017 in an effort to sway public opinion on hot button issues.
These efforts are supposed to help the company make sure bad actors can't evade its reviewers' gazes to mislead or harm the billion-plus people who use its service.
France's data protection authority fined Facebook 150,000 euro over its massive collection of both user and non-user data, without their consent.
It's easier to con someone than to take whatever you want from them with brute force, and that's why someone was able to bilk roughly $100 million from Google and Facebook via email fraud.
Facebook temporarily banned the RT media outlet from posting images, videos, and links to articles on the social network as the result of what appears to have been a technical malfunction.
Facebook Live received browser support, analytics, and other features meant to make its video-streaming platform more appealing to broadcasters.
Both WhatsApp and Yahoo receive official letters from European Union's group of privacy chiefs expressing concerns that the companies may not have acted in accordance with EU laws.