Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg admitted the social networking giant's Home launcher for Android has failed to live up to expectations, but he declined to call the venture a failure.
Facebook endured two security-related hiccups last week. Neither resulted in widespread malicious damage, but taken together they show that managing security is still a challenge for the social media platform.
While making the Internet accessible to the nearly two-thirds of the human population currently unconnected is a worthy cause, many suspect there is another agenda at play as well.
Facebook reported second quarter results that blew past analysts' expectations, driven largely by dramatic improvements in the company's mobile business. Specifically, mobile ads generated 41 percent of Facebook's revenues--far exceeding analyst expectations of 33 percent, according to VentureBeat, and above the 30 percent Facebook reported in the first quarter of this year.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg met Tuesday with Samsung Electronics President J.K. Shin to explore potential mobile partnership opportunities, Bloomberg reports.
At a press event today, Facebook unveiled a revamped News Feed design that unifies how content appears to users on the Web and on mobile.
Facebook introduced a new search tool called Graph Search on Tuesday, but I'm not sure it will have a huge impact on most average users after the novelty wears off.
In an effort to stop the bleeding of Facebook's stock price, founder and chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg fessed up and admitted that his company has made mistakes on the mobile app front.
Facebook will submit to outside audits of its privacy practices every two years for the next 20 years under a proposed settlement announced Tuesday with the Federal Trade Commission. The agreement
Leading up to Data Privacy Day this Friday, someone hacked into the Facebook fan page of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. The company reportedly attributed the breach to a software bug and said