If you can't beat 'em, try to buy 'em. And if you can't buy 'em, try to beat 'em again. That, in a nutshell, appears to be Facebook's approach to popular messaging app Snapchat.
Luigi upstages Mario as Death Stare memes, gifs and videos spread like wildfire.
Business networking site LinkedIn has said it will stop users seeing content posted from China that breaches the country's strict censorship laws, after members complained that posts related to the Tiananmen anniversary had been blanked out.
Facebook is working on a way to allow children under 13 years old join the social network.
The hours we watch competitive video games footage each year is on the rise
Mark Zuckerberg announced that he will be donating $100 million to San Francisco Bay area schools - his second education donation of this size.
Facebook is seeking a antitrust review of its $16 billion purchase of WhatsApp by the European Union, a source familiar with the matter told CNBC Wednesday.
Facebook has taken down a page describing Elliot Rodger, the Isla Vista killer, as an "American hero", after refusing to for more than a day.
Facebook's nascent Newswire service was the first to identify the shooter in a mass murder Friday night in California, finding a photo of a black BMW on the alleged killer's page that matched license plates with a car at the scene hours before the man was identified.
Valuations for tech startups seemingly know no bounds but the co-founder of Flickr told CNBC that she believes tech startups worth $1 billion or more – the so-called "unicorns" of the industry – are "highly over-valued."
Facebook’s Messenger app has received a new dose of artificial intelligence, and will now start recognising the faces of users’ friends in photographs uploaded to the service.
The digital video arms race between Snapchat and Facebook is getting tighter.