Since the company has been involved in some major news stories recently, it's possible you may have missed some other Facebook news.
The latest privacy bill in California drastically changes how information is protected on the internet.
The fund's involvement in the cryptocurrency market could result is some major changes in the market.
Six months after banning all crypto ads, Facebook has quickly changed its mind.
Facebook is developing its own chips that can analyse and filter video content in real-time. This paves the way for potentially replacing human moderators as streaming on the social network grows exponentially
Implementation of blockchain technology with Facebook will be extremely challenging.
Californian startup thinks it could dominate crypto, but claims Facebook is censoring its ability to advertise while favoring big firms like Intel and Amazon Web Services
The second day of F8 focused on the long-term technology investments FB is making in three areas: connectivity, AI, and AR/VR.
We need HUMAN INTELLIGENCE to do so
Data doesn't get more personal than that! There are 60 people at Facebook working on mind-reading technology
If you're like any of the 50 million premium users streaming music on Spotify, or the 94 million users watching video content on Netflix, or Apple Music's 36 million paying listeners, then you probably put a high premium on your ability to consume multimedia content on your digital device