Facebook may have difficult heading into the future as the news feed morphs into an ever more fractured experience.
With 1.3 billion users, Facebook is already impacting elections in a measurable and significant way.
Pages are practically useless for fans and creators unless you’re a big brand with lots of money to spend on Facebook advertising.
While Facebook continues to dominate the consumer market, Twitter growth indicates focus on building relationships among marketers.
Facebook says Tor users can access the network without the loss of cryptographic protections, but the move has plenty of critics.
Rooms is a new messaging app created by Facebook Labs — sans the Facebook branding — reminiscent of early message boards and chat rooms.
Ebola hysteria is fueling fake news-sharing on social media. Perhaps Facebook’s derided satire tags are necessary after all.
In an effort to avoid stagnation, Facebook offers users new tools for communication.
Even for a network with seemingly endless resources, keeping Facebook activity authentic could be a long, uphill battle.
Facebook is ripe for a peer-to-peer payment feature, and the company has been experimenting with a hidden feature inside its mobile app.