The annual developer conference could shed light on chatbots, live streaming features, and the company's Messenger app.
CNBC's Landon Dowdy reports analyst are expecting a few hot topics to be rolled at this year when CEO Mark Zuckerberg takes the stage in San Francisco at the company's developer conference.
Consumers sick of having to dial a 1-800 number for customer service might not have to soon, Evercore's Ken Sena says.
Based on recent roll-outs and rumors swirling, here are some Facebook changes that could be fleshed out at annual pow wow F8.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the booming space for bots in tech.
Colin Sebastian, Robert W. Baird analyst, and Ken Sena, Evercore analyst, discuss what to look for out of Facebook's F8 Developer Conference, as well as the social media giant's corporate strategy.
Roger McNamee, Elevation Partners Co-Founder, talks about tech investing and the current state of the markets.
Chatbots are on the march. Should the public be worried about the impact on jobs?
Former "American Idol" runner-up Clay Aiken told CNBC that GOP frontrunner Donald Trump may not even believe his own rhetoric.
Buzzfeed was able to capture the attention of more than 800,000 social media savvy individuals thanks to some rubber bands and a piece of fruit.
The Fast Money traders discuss Facebook as their top trade of the day and how successful live streaming can be for the social media giant.
Kurt Wagner, Re/Code senior editor, provides insight to potential interactive releases to come from Facebook.
U.S. stocks closed well off session highs Friday, despite a rally in oil, as the yen strengthened against the U.S. dollar.
Millennials can be productive employees, says staffing expert Lauren Griffin. Here's how to get the most out of them.
Discussing Facebook's plans to connect people in poor countries to the internet, and making big bets in AI and virtual reality, with Alexandra Suich, The Economist U.S. tech editor.
Where money meets muscle, boutique fitness is winning the workout wars in Manhattan and across the nation as they search for cool spaces.
Even though Facebook is late to the game, its 1 billion daily users make it a formidable competitor in the live video space, according to Breakingviews.
When Japanese messaging app Line found itself shut out of China, it it started banking on plush toys and other merchandise.
CNBC’s Courtney Reagan and Dynalink COO Larry Fishelson discuss reports that the White House won’t give public support for legislation requiring government access to encrypted devices.
The football league may have held arguments with Facebook over the value of games.