Facebook Messenger has introduced the ability to send and receive money via in-app conversations to UK users for the first time.
Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg has warned the social network’s profits will be hit by increased investment in cyber security.
A long-held conspiracy theory – that Facebook is listening in on conversations to target us with adverts – has resurfaced again on social media.
Tim Peake has been confusing the internet with a tricky brainteaser astronauts have to answer as part of the European Space Agency’s selection process.
Twitter has banned Russia Today (RT) and Sputnik from advertising on the social media platform.
The steady stream of new Instagram features continues – the photo-sharing app has just added the Superzoom creative feature to its in-app camera.
Instagram has pushed out its live video with friends feature to all users, having begun trialling the tool in the summer.
Facebook has moved to play down the significance of a News Feed test it is running in six countries that some publishers claim has dramatically cut their traffic.
Facebook has officially rolled out its new alternative News Feed, known as the Explore Feed, which is designed to help users find more content on the social network.
WhatsApp has announced a new feature that will enable users to share their real-time location with friends.
Facebook has bought anonymous polling app tbh, a social app aimed at teenagers that encourages them to be nice to each other through complimentary votes.
Facebook is to offer digital safety ambassadors to every secondary school in the UK as part of a new partnership with youth charities.
Facebook is upping its efforts in the world of virtual reality again and has announced its first standalone VR headset – Oculus Go.
Facebook and Instagram have suffered a global outage, so naturally everyone has flocked to Twitter to vent their frustrations.
Mark Zuckerberg has apologised after broadcasting a live virtual reality trip to hurricane-struck Puerto Rico to promote Spaces, Facebook’s VR app.
Last year, Facebook announced Messenger Lite, a slimmed-down version of the Messenger app designed for users in areas with slower internet speeds and with older phones. Now it’s come to the UK.
Hot on the heels of the iPhone X, Facebook is working on facial recognition technology to help users recover their accounts.
In a move that could revolutionise how we use the internet, the mammoth undersea cable project across the Atlantic is now complete.
Facebook will provide the contents of 3,000 ads bought by a Russian agency to investigators in the US.
A trawlerman who documented a week at sea with a video camera he got as a birthday gift said he is astonished by the public’s reaction to the footage.
A Facebook trial to allow news organisations to grow subscriptions through the social networking site has been welcomed as a potentially “enormous breakthrough” by Channel 4 news broadcaster Jon Snow.
Footage of what appears to be a big cat roaming a field in Fife has been posted online.
A Facebook group launched by a North-east mum to help parents of children living with additional support needs tackle loneliness has attracted hundreds of members.
Spotify now enables Facebook Messenger users to create playlists for the music app from within group conversations on the messaging service.
Facebook has unveiled a new reaction emoji – the rainbow flag – to mark Pride Month.
Millions of people across the UK have been cut off from Facebook today.
A Facebook Live video of a man of tearing off a face mask is going viral.
Organisers of a rave in Newcastle took finding a secret location a bit far over the weekend – we’re talking a sewer.
A computer whiz from Stonehaven was celebrating today after taking on the cream of Silicon Valley at a major competition in San Francisco.
A young woman has issued a safety warning after finding a shirt mysteriously wrapped around her front screen wiper blades.