- News tagged "facebook"
Tuesday, 22 Jul 2014
Ever come across an interesting news link or a music video on Facebook, but just don't have the time to click on it? Facebook lets you view all that content at a later time with its new Save feature.
Monday, 30 Jun 2014
The Proceedings of The National Academy of Sciences published a report earlier this month that Facebook conducted psychological experiments on 600,000 users without their knowledge in January 2012.
Thursday, 26 Jun 2014
Facebook is trial testing an open source network switch code-named "Wedge" that might revolutionize the way we approach networking. More details within.
Monday, 23 Jun 2014
If you have noticed Facebook on Android feeling quicker, it's a Facebook team trip to Africa that you have to thank.
Wednesday, 26 Mar 2014
Facebook has just announced a deal that will see it buy virtual reality headset makers Oculus Rift for US$2 billion in cash and stocks, with another US$300 million depending on Oculus Rift's performance.
Thursday, 13 Mar 2014
An IT consultant claimed he has found a security flaw in the Android version of popular instant messaging software, WhatsApp. By using a malware with unrestricted access to the Android device's SD card, a hacker is able to extract WhatsApp private messages and upload them without the owner's knowledge.
Thursday, 20 Feb 2014
Facebook just announced on its blog that it will be acquiring WhatsApp for US$19 billion.
Monday, 3 Feb 2014
Facebook has announced Paper, the company’s new content reader application. This first product from the Facebook Creative Labs allows content from your Facebook News Feed to be presented in a new UI. In addition, excerpts of news articles from Time and other well-known publications are included.
Wednesday, 29 Jan 2014
According to Facebook, its Open Compute project has saved it over US$1 billion in infrastructure and energy costs over the last three years.
Monday, 30 Dec 2013
Researchers from Fairfield University claim that people who often take and share photos on social media do not engage in cognitive processing. This results in a condition called the "photo-taking impairment effect".