Facebook wants you to blog, but it doesn’t want you to leave its platform. Remember its Notes section? It’s being revamped with new features, so you can blog there to your heart’s content.
Facebook has introduced a new feature in its Messenger app that allows users to send payments to their friends.
The Facebook Messenger, the instant messaging offspring app of the most popular social network, can now be downloaded at the Windows Phone app store.
Users finally have a visual way to show their discord with others on Facebook. But before you go through several status messages to show your dissent with thumbs down, know that this Facebook dislike button is limited to Messenger only.
A hacker has managed to utilize the Pony botnet as means to capture an alarming 2 million user/password combinations for social network accounts, including Facebook and Twitter, as well as Gmail and Yahoo.
Facebook dropped another bomb to invade the privacy of its users by revealing if they are using a PC or a mobile device.
Lately, you may have been noticing a lot of one-panel comic strips in your Facebook News Feed, apparently starring your contacts. When I first saw one, I didn’t give it much thought, thinking it’s one of those emerging memes.
As you make more friends, you get to see more content in your News Feed. Sadly, many of these posts are useless to you. I know we all experienced this issue, that’s why we’re glad to inform you that you can now easily filter your newsfeed.
The ‘Come see our new Home on Android’ event was finally over. As expected, Facebook revealed a Facebook-centered smartphone and the core features of its ‘Facebook Home’ launcher. It’s been a long time coming and we’re glad that it’s finally official. Now, shall we take a quick look on its main features?