Facebook has reportedly sought nude images of its users in a bid to prevent the spread of revenge porn on its core services.
Facebook’s research team has revealed a new machine learning system that could convert faces found within a photograph into an avatar.
Facebook has unveiled new tools that will enable advertisers to market products and services to users based on the physical locations they’ve visited.
Facebook has elected to include access to Instagram’s Stories feature directly within its own mobile app given the poor uptake of Facebook Stories.
Humans of New York – the popular photoblog started by Brandon Stanton – is set to arrive as a new, episodic TV show on Facebook’s Watch platform.
Bloomberg reports that Facebook has begun offering music publishers million-dollar deals to retain the rights to music featured in user-uploaded videos.
Facebook has released a sizeable new update to its News Feed on Android and iOS, which does away with blue accents and headers in favour of a cleaner look.
Facebook has quietly launched a new photo sharing service dubbed Colorful Balloons in China, where the network is presently banned.
Facebook has launched Watch; a new home for original video content wherein the social media company prepares to flight its own programming.
In a series of new tests, Facebook has begun prioritizing posts from local political entities to further civic participation