It looks like Facebook may soon be able to nudge you to spend less time in its app.
The company appears to be testing a new feature that shows statistics about "your time on Facebook," which could help remind users to take breaks from the app
Juju, a poor man’s Indeed, quietly launched Glidepath in 2016. It was designed to be a recruiting platform for small businesses. Not necessarily a bad idea, but the timing was most definitely bad. Shortly after going to market, Google Hire...
Having missed the boat completely on fake news, Facebook appears to now be dropping the hammer on the real stuff.
The nonprofit investigative journalism outlet Reveal published a major story this week regarding immigrant children allegedly
You already give Facebook your data, so why not throw a little cold, hard cash into the mix as well.
Just bear with me here. So, you're following your favorite creator on the social network created in a dorm room, but because of that pesky
Former President Barack Obama finally weighed in on the ongoing debate over the separation of migrant children from their families at the U.S.-Mexico border, and it left a little to be desired for a few reasons.
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Somehow, Facebook is still finding ways to make Facebook Messenger more annoying.
Now, the company plans to bring autoplaying video ads to users Messenger inboxes as soon as Monday, according to a report from Recode.
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Move over, Instagram vs. Snapchat. The fight is on between Facebook and YouTube.
Facebook announced Tuesday that it's bringing new poll and game features to Live and on demand video for Facebook creators. With this new emphasis on interactivity, and
A Texas nonprofit working to help reunite immigrant families who have been separated at the U.S. border with Mexico will soon get millions in donations to help their work.
A California couple's Facebook fundraiser has raised more than $5 million in
Facebook wants to open your eyes in photos where they're closed — and now it can.
A pair of Facebook engineers have come up with an artificial intelligence tool that fixes people's closed eyes in photos, a research paper published this week by
Facebook is tightening up its rules on advertising gun accessories to minors.
The social media giant announced it would restrict the advertising of weapon accessories, such as optics, belt accessories and holsters, to those over the age of 18. It is
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