The social network has announced a number of updates across its platforms – Messenger, Instagram and WhatsApp – at its F8 event. Here is a look at the key updates.
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has pledged to start a “new chapter” for the social network as he unveiled the company’s plans to improve privacy.
Facebook is undergoing one of its most widespread and persistent system outages, with users across the globe unable to access its social network and services from Instagram to Messenger.
Facebook is making a dramatic change to the social network’s mobile application, letting people post pictures and videos that disappear after 24 hours. Dramatic, but unsurprising – it’s the fourth time the
Mark Zuckerberg must be very accustomed to getting his way. When you’ve built two platforms with over a billion customers each (Facebook and Messenger), then acquired and grown another two to a similar size
International money transfer service TransferWise has announced an integration with Facebook’s Messenger that will let people set up foreign exchange transactions over the chat service. London-based TransferWise launched the technology
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s manifesto, penned clearly in response to accusations levelled at the social network in the wake of the bitter US election campaign, is a scary, dystopian document. It shows that Facebook – launched, in Zuckerberg’s
Instant messaging appplications WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger will not combine and will operate independently, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said. The statement was made after WhatsApp’s recent announcement that
Facebook is laying the groundwork for the free messaging service WhatsApp to begin making money, allowing businesses to message its more than one billion users. It’s the first step toward monetising the
Facebook shares jumped in late trading after the company reported second quarter revenue that beat analysts’ projections, lifted by surging sales of video and Instagram ads and a boost in users. Second quarter