Despite the recent controversy around privacy and controversy, Facebook is moving past these issues with new features.
The simplest explanation for this is that Facebook uses that data to make money. No, Facebook doesn’t sell your data. But it does sell access to you, or more specifically, access to your News Feed, and uses that data to show you specific ads it thinks you’re likely to enjoy or click on.
From a security standpoint, there’s a clear lesson here. Security and privacy go hand in hand, and Facebook will have to figure out how to balance the need for privacy and how their business model depends on access to as much data as possible.
Facebook seems to be making some significant improvements to the video features of the Android app, something that has been a weak point of the…
The social network has quietly developed software to suppress posts from appearing in people’s news feeds in specific geographic areas, according to three current and former Facebook employees, who asked for anonymity because the tool is confidential.
Every day, more than 100 million people use Facebook events to discover things they can do with their friends — from festivals and 5Ks to neighborhood fairs and nightlife.
Facebook contribution to open source can be largely categorized into Mobile, Web, Back-end and Infrastructure.
Y’all remember the SpaceX rocket explosion that blew up facebook’s satellite? here is a totally real conversation between Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg about the rocket…
If you’re tired of all the ads and clutter in Facebook’s desktop interface, you’ll want to check out Flatbook for Chrome.
Text is a prevalent form of communication on Facebook. Understanding the various ways text is used on Facebook can helps improve people’s experiences with their products.