Facebook wants to make it easier for people to find local news from vetted sources. The social network is testing a new section inside its app called “Today In,” a feed made up entirely of local news, events and announcements…. Read More ›
Mark Zuckerberg has pledged to devote 2018 to “fixing” Facebook. Now the Facebook CEO is kicking off the effort with a move he says is intended to boost the well-being of users, possibly at the expense of the well-being of… Read More ›
Facebook’s News Feed is a feast for the eyes, filled with photos, videos and status updates. That’s not great for visually impaired individuals, so Facebook has turned to artificial intelligence to improve their experience. Read more at CNN.
Mark Zuckerberg isn’t selling songs or music streaming subscriptions. But his company has signed a deal with Universal Music that the two companies have been working on for some time. For users, the deal means that if they upload a… Read More ›
Earlier this year, Facebook announced that it would give some hand-selected outside developers permission to build augmented reality features for Facebook’s in-app camera. Now the company is opening the floodgates to everyone with a mask idea — or an idea… Read More ›
Facebook will help some users figure out if they saw Russian propaganda during the 2016 U.S. presidential election
Facebook is trying to alert some U.S. users that they fell victim to Russian propaganda during the 2016 presidential election. Read more at Recode.
Facebook is officially launching its standalone app for video creators to manage their channels on the social network. Similar to YouTube’s Studio app, Facebook’s Creators app is designed to make it easier for creators to manage their video channels on Facebook and… Read More ›
Facebook is paying for the rights to stream dozens of college basketball games this season in its quest to cement a foothold in the world of live sports programming. Read more at Recode.