Facebook on Wednesday for the first time took down a post by US President Donald Trump, which the company said violated its rules against sharing misinformation about the coronavirus.
Alphabet shares surged after first-quarter results and upbeat executive comments showed the company’s cloud and YouTube businesses kept growing in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The coronavirus outbreak has forced billions of people around the world to answer a question they’d never contemplated. What do we do without live sports?
YouTube will reduce the quality of videos around the world starting on Tuesday, an effort by the world’s most popular video site to ease Internet traffic during the coronavirus outbreak.
Instagram, the photo-sharing app Facebook acquired for $715-million in 2012, generated more than a quarter of the social media company’s revenue last year, according to people familiar with the matter.
Facebook is pursuing rights to music videos from major record labels, programming that could boost interest in its Watch video service, according to people familiar with the matter.