updated - October 20, 2019 Sunday EDT
Facebook announced on Wednesday it will make changes to gun advertisements after advocacy groups and law enforcement addressed their concern for firearm advertising on the website. Facebook said it will regulate sales of guns on its site and on its photo-sharing app Instagram.
Facebook has decided to buy drone maker Titan Aerospace for about $60 million in its goal of bring Internet access to the 5 billion or more people who do not have it. Titan Aerospace builds solar-powered high-altitude drones that can stay airborne for up to five years without having to land.
Facebook, Inc. has bought WhatsApp for $19 billion, making it the biggest purchase in Facebook’s history. WhatsApp is a successful messaging service that allows people to use their smartphones to send texts, videos, and photos.
Facebook may know more about your love life than you might expect. With the mounds of data the social media site has collected from users, Facebook can predict of a romantic relationship is meant to last--or is doomed to fail.
Facebook announced that it plans to launch a new iOS app in the U.S. on Monday. Not only will this new app radically overhaul how users view status updates, but it will also change the way they see photographs and videos posted by contacts.
Could Facebook be dead by 2017? The social media giant took the world by storm, but now a study from Princeton says that Facebook could lose 80 percent of its users in a few short years. Can't believe it? You shouldn't--because it's highly unlikely.