This New York divorce attorney "likes" the idea of divorce by Facebook and says it's just the beginning of getting served by social media.
Social media and messaging app companies love to brag about how many users they have, but just as important is how many are repeat customers.
Twitter is reorganising its European management team following the return of its advertising boss Ali Jafari to the company’s headquarters in San Francisco in June 2015.
There aren’t many second acts in the digital world, but Myspace seems to be making a comeback.
Facebook tracks the web browsing of everyone who visits a page on its site even if the user does not have an account or has explicitly opted out of tracking in the EU, extensive research commissioned by the Belgian data protection agency has revealed.
Welcome to this week’s best Android apps roundup. As ever, prices are correct at the time of writing, and (Free + IAP) means the app is freemium and uses in-app purchases.
The European Commission has warned EU citizens that they should close their Facebook accounts if they want to keep information private from US security services, finding that current Safe Harbour legislation does not protect citizen’s data.
Facebook opened up its Messenger app to developers on Wednesday, making way for new applications like video chat, gifs and audio services on its system.
Social media companies are evolving fast. Gone are the days of just chatting to friends and uploading photos; now, the tech giants want to offer everything from payment services, music streaming - and even news.
For the first time Facebook's developer conference will be two days instead of one, with more than 2,000 developers coming in from around the world.
Facebook has denied allegations that the team responsible for its trending topics section deliberately suppressed conservative views – but says it will improve the feature.
If the founders of a new face recognition app get their way, anonymity in public could soon be a thing of the past. FindFace, launched two months ago and currently taking Russia by storm, allows users to photograph people in a crowd and work out their identities, with 70% reliability.