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Apple's probably just as bad on privacy. I mean... probably, right?
Cambridge Analytica harvested personal information from 87 million Facebook users. Here's how to tell if you were affected.
First demoed at the September iPhone event in 2017, the souped-up selfie lenses are finally ready for your close-up.
What exactly is on your Facebook profile? You can peruse your profile online, but that doesn't tell the whole story. The easiest way to see your Facebook data is to download it.
If the news of Facebook's data handling has got you spooked, here's how you can limit third-party access to your account.
UptiiQ simplifies publishing video to social media accounts by uploading files one time, then encoding and optimizing content prior to posting it directly to Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube.
A slew of new features are coming to Instagram Stories today, including reverse video, hashtags, and an eraser.
Opera 45 lets you easily share content with friends thanks to built-in messaging features.
While some changes may be coming to the controversial H-1B visa program in the U.S., the same can't be said for Facebook Live, which is under scrutiny after users posted disturbing videos.
Twitter and Bloomberg are creating an online news channel for cord cutters and social media addicts.
Facebook revealed Wednesday that it is working on technology to let people type straight from their brains at 100 words per minute, besides disclosing another project directed at allowing people to hear with their skin.
At its F8 developers conference, Facebook unveiled Messenger Chat Extensions for creating in-app experiences, including sharing and playing songs from Spotify and Apple Music.
Oculus Rift's Spaces, Facebook's first stab at social VR is cold, sterile, and very corporate. There are better options for digital hangouts.
Snapchat is retaliating against Facebook’s clone wars by boosting its AR camera capabilities. Here’s how to add 3D animated objects to your Snapchat messages.
Facebook is making it possible to hang out with your friends in virtual reality using Spaces, a new app the company launched Tuesday for the Oculus Rift. The app will allow people to join a shared, immersive video call, represented by a personalized avatar.
Facebook's efforts to embed camera functionality in all the apps it runs isn’t just a push to crush Snapchat. The company will be using those cameras as a way to create a developer platform for augmented reality, CEO Mark Zuckerberg revealed Tuesday.
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