A homeless charity has been forced to appeal for more food donations – after showing bare shelves in its centre.
Facebook is scrapping plans to design and build its own drones that can beam internet signals to remote parts of the world.
A warning has today gone out after a man posing as a doctor managed to get into an elderly patient's home in the north-east.
Facebook has announced a range of new tools for its video creators, including the ability to add on-screen quiz questions to live videos, in what is seen as a challenge to popular quiz game HQ Trivia.
Social media giant Facebook was given a ferocious dressing down by a senior MP, who accused the company of trying to “play games” with Parliament in a way which suggested it had “something to hide”.
Facebook is changing its advertising policy to make sure gun accessories such as scopes or holsters are only shown to users over the age of 18.
Facebook is looking to the past with a new feature enabling users to look at old activities on the social network.
Facebook has said a software bug led some users to post publicly by default regardless of their previous settings.
Facebook has said a software bug made some private posts public for as many as 14 million users over several days in May.
Facebook is rolling out a new mode that will enable users to lip sync to songs while using the social network app’s Facebook Live feature.
Facebook has said it will fund original news shows created by such news organisations as ABC, CNN and Mic.
Britain’s data watchdog has told the European Parliament she is “deeply concerned” about the impact on democracy of the misuse of social media users’ personal information.
Facebook has pushed back against a media report saying that it provided extensive information about its users and their friends to third parties such as phone makers.
Facebook is shutting down its ill-fated “trending” news section after four years, a company executive says.
Facebook is to begin showing UK users more background information about the publishers and news articles they see in the News Feed of the social network.
Complaints have been filed against Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram and Google within hours of new EU data laws taking effect.
Facebook is encouraging UK users to send the social network their naked photos as part of a new tool that will block the images from being shared online.
Facebook has released three new features to its Indian users – voice posts, a stories archive and cloud storage.
Facebook Messenger is introducing the Discover tab to users in the UK, giving them a new place to find chatbots to converse with on the app.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has agreed to give evidence to the European Parliament about the use of personal data, the Parliament’s president has announced.
Martin Lewis has urged Facebook to take responsibility for publishing thousands of scam ads he said have led to vulnerable people being ripped off.
A House of Commons committee has repeated its call for Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to answer questions in its inquiry on “fake news”, after branding written evidence from the company disappointing.
Facebook has suspended around 200 apps as part of its investigation into misuse of personal data on the social network.
Google is to ban all adverts related to Ireland’s abortion referendum.
WhatsApp users can now watch videos from Facebook and Instagram without leaving the messaging app, following an update.
Cambridge Analytica bosses could still face sanctions if found to have breached data laws despite the collapse of the controversial firm, the information watchdog has said.
Facebook used part of its developer conference this week to unveil some of its plans for 3D posts on its News Feed, as well as how it wants to use virtual and augmented reality to create more “immersive” content.
The investigation into Cambridge Analytica and the firm’s harvesting of data will continue despite the political analysis firm declaring bankruptcy.
Brexit campaign groups worked together “beyond a shadow of a doubt” by employing data firm Aggregate IQ for online services, the parliamentary inquiry into fake news heard on Wednesday.
Experts say traditional online dating sites like Match.com and OK Cupid could be at risk from Facebook’s new dating tool.