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Giant corporations are now swinging their power in favor of users, but each approach doesn't yield the same outcome.
The social network wants you to get your news from Facebook instead of Twitter.
The company will pilot its program in San Jose later this year.
If there are two hot new tech trends that make users look colossally dumb, it's virtual reality and selfie sticks. At its F8 developer conference today, Facebook showed how the two can be brought together in an unholy marriage.
According to one Facebook executive, if you think you're drowning in a flood of information now, you ain't seen nothin' yet.
Facebook is doubling down on its investment in video with a new tool that will help hardware makers build devices to stream live to the social networking service.
The new bots will use artificial intelligence to make it appear customers are really talking to company representatives.
Facebook is giving developers a whole host of new tools that are designed to help them better access and engage with users, including improved analytics and new ways to let users log in to an app.
Facebook is expanding its developer platform to help users save content and share quotes through new services that it announced at its F8 developer conference in San Francisco Tuesday.
Dropbox just made it easier to share videos, images, and files inside Facebook Messenger.
Facebook has partnered with Ticketmaster and Eventbrite to become a one-stop shop for events.
Apple headlines for the week ending April 8, 2016.
Facebook Live video broadcasts are getting reactions, filters, groups and events support, and more.
Twitter amps up its Direct Messaging appeal by making it easier to send a Tweet in a private convo.
With images an ever-growing proportion of what we share on social networks, Facebook fears that users with visual impairments may be missing out.
You can take steps ahead of time to protect your social media, banking, email, and other accounts if you fear intrusion or retribution.