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Since it launched more than a decade ago, Facebook has become a social networking giant. Here's how it plans to keep growing.
Facebook counts on its human editorial team to help curate its trending feed according to leaked internal guidelines.
Unlimited choices and wedding photos being shared on social media are making weddings expensive, experts say.
The photo-sharing app revealed a different overall design of its user interface and swapping logos on Wednesday, USA Today reports.
Maple Match is a new online dating site that seeks to match Trump-hating Americans with Canadians, NBC News reports.
Facebook-owned WhatsApp, the mobile messaging service it paid $19 billion for two years ago, now has a desktop app, too.
Republicans demanded an explanation from Facebook after reports that former company staffers excluded links to conservative stories.
Whatever the reaction to allegations that Facebook suppressed conservative news, it's unlikely to impact the company's bottom line, experts said.
Facebook is not censoring the news and trends it shows users on the site's trending section, Facebook says.
A senior Facebook executive has denied allegations the social network suppresses conservative-leaning stories from its "trending" sidebar.
Snapchat has overtaken Twitter for the first time when it comes to installed apps on Android devices in the U.S., according to SimilarWeb.
A 10-year-old hacker from Finland won $10,000 from Facebook after alerting the tech giant to a security flaw in its photo-sharing service, Instagram.
Americans will spend more than half of their social networking time on Facebook this year, but growth is set to slow.
This was key in LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner seeing a brighter future for the social media giant.
Just days after John Boehner called Ted Cruz "Lucifer in the flesh" Merriam-Webster saw a staggering spike in the number of searches for the word.
After a picture surfaced on Twitter of him smoking on a bong, Laremy Tunsil fell in the NFL draft, costing him an estimated $8 million in salary.
Can Islam, Catholicism or Buddhism boast the same number of followers as this social media platform?
Facebook has seen an increase in the number of data requests from governments, stating that nearly two–thirds come with gagging orders.
Even if Reddit is able to ink deals with big-name advertisers, another scandal or Gamergate could send advertisers running.
Facebook rose 10 percent after the company crushed analysts' first-quarter expectations, and Wall Street could not be happier.
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