Shares of Snap plummeted 25% on Thursday after it said privacy changes implemented by Apple hurt the company’s ability to target digital advertising.
In the real world where real people live, Facebook has been causing significant damage. Mark Zuckerberg seems to think the best response to all of this is cosmetic.
Former US President Donald Trump will launch his own social media app, Truth Social, that he said would “stand up to Big Tech” companies such as Twitter and Facebook.
Moya, an instant messaging and payments app developed in South Africa, has notched up 6.5 million monthly active users and now has market leader WhatsApp firmly in its sights.
A report that Facebook plans to change its corporate name has prompted a flurry of online speculation as industry followers rushed to register their guesses.
Facebook, facing intense scrutiny over its business practices, is planning to rebrand the company with a new name that focuses on the metaverse, according to The Verge.
A Facebook executive said the company will introduce new measures on its apps to prompt teens away from harmful content as political pressure grows.
What’s fascinating about Facebook is that it’s held to an unfairly high standard not only by its critics, but also by its own executives. By Matthew Yglesias.
Facebook is upping its efforts to connect the next billion people to the Internet – many of whom live in Africa – with new investments in subsea cables, robotics and wireless last-mile technologies.
Amazon.com’s live-streaming e-sports platform blamed “an error” in server configuration change for a data breach.