Facebook's attempt to remove bias from its Trending feature by automating it may not solve the problem, says one artificial intelligence start-up.
Stop us if you’ve heard this one: Facebook rolls out a new feature and/or acquires a new company, vowing to protect the privacy of its users’ personal information with its last dying breath. A year or two later, it backtracks and decides it wants spin your data into gold after all – and if users don’t like it, they can delete their accounts.
The PayPal co-founder and early investor in Facebook once gave Zuckerberg a timeless piece of advice.
Asana's Dustin Moskovitz, who previously co-founded Facebook, gets top-notch ratings from employees for promoting a more balanced culture.
Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have been accused by MPs of “consciously failing” to combat the use of their sites to promote terrorism and extremism.
Facebook has launched a video selfie sharing app for teenagers which has no privacy settings. What could possibly go wrong?
Facebook 's foray into gaming might be a positive move for mobile game companies, an analyst told CNBC's " Closing Bell " on Friday.
Twitter has suspended an additional 235,000 accounts since February for violating a policy related to the promotion of terrorism.
Pinterest is launching "Promoted Video" in beta, which could be a game changer to grow revenue ahead of an eventual initial public offering.
Justin Bieber, the world’s sixth biggest Instagram user, has deleted his account and left the photo and video service.
The social networking site for gamers sees full release following successful test runs.
It may be Tesla’s Elon Musk who most often invites comparison to Marvel’s superhero Iron Man – the alter ego of billionaire inventor Tony Stark – but it is Mark Zuckerberg who might be the first to bring Stark’s technology to life.
Twitter has made it easier for anyone to apply to get a verified user account - but it does not mean everyone would get a coveted blue tick mark.
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Twitter’s Vine app only launched in January 2013 but has become a powerful network of new stars attracting the attention of the TV and music industries.
Miley Cyrus did it, Lily Allen refused to do it, one London gym started offering lessons in it. And on Tuesday twerking – the frenetic, buttock-wiggling dance – also topped Google's list of the trends that Britons were trying to discover the meaning of online this year.
Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg built his audience of 39 million YouTube subscribers by playing games. Now he’s releasing his own mobile game: Legend of the Brofist.
‘Chatbots are the new apps,” said Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella earlier this year. He was not the first senior tech exec to make this claim.
Venture capitalist Chris Sacca tells CNBC Twitter can fit nicely with many of the potential bidders being tossed around.