Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's personal challenge for 2018 is to "fix Facebook" when it comes to dealing with abuse and hate, fake news or interference by nation-states on the platform.
In a Facebook revelation, Randi Zuckerberg said the man sitting next to her in First Class repeatedly made "explicit, lewd and highly offensive sexual comments."
AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) was debuted in May 1997 as the very-first successful instant messaging service on computers.
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This time-tracking feature on iOS helps users fight unproductivity.
The solar eclipse on Monday has garnered more than 250 engagements on Facebook.
Facebook's new platform is designed to leverage its ever-growing user base to take Google's YouTube.
Facebook is launching a subscription-based news product in October.
Mark Zuckerberg released video on 18 May of the moment he learned of his acceptance into Harvard University, where he later developed and founded Facebook. Zuckerberg said he released the video, filmed by his dad, ahead of his return to Harvard to receive his honorary degree. In the footage, he is seen in his bedroom opening an email from Harvard while dressed in his pyjamas.Yay, I got accepted, a teenage Zuckerberg says softly, before his father Edward Zuckerberg begins cheering.In the comments section on the Facebook post Zuckerberg provided some insight into the video.Before I went to college, my mom bet me Id drop out and my younger sister bet me shed finish college before me. I bet them Id get a degree. Now I suppose the cycle is complete, he wrote.
Then during his Harvard days, Mark Zuckerberg created Facemash for the Harvard students, which let the students rate their peers based on their looks
Facebook's shares fell 2.4 percent in after-hours trading to $148.12. They had closed at an all-time high of $153.60 on Tuesday.
The 32-year-old is a proud father of a two-year-old daughter, Max.
As much as 38 percent of posts by rightwing groups contained false or misleading information.
Several unsuspecting users were pronounced 'dead' today on their Facebook profile pages, following a massive server glitch.
Facebook, which has burned millions of dollars on an advertising campaign promoting Free Basics, said 'connecting India' still remained an important goal.