It remains to be seen if Twitter will really tag tweets from President Donald Trump containing disputed or misleading information about COVID-19.
Facebook has yet again become the victim of a cyber attack.
Pieter Hanson suddenly found himself become a new meme star after his mother posted a photo of him to call out the Me Too movement.
The US president is the first returned result partly due to a concerted effort to associate him with that word.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg may be called on to face Australian Parliament.
Papua New Guinea will ban Facebook for a month for research purposes.
Laurel or Yanny? An audio recording is being hailed as the new “The Dress” online debate as it proceeds to tear the Internet apart.
One of the biggest reveals of Facebook’s F8 developer conference so far has been that it is planning on getting into the dating game.
Web searches to delete Facebook from Australian users jumped 95 percent in March in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, according to a new study.
Former Cambridge Analytica employee Christopher Wylie blew the whistle last month. But what are the implications for our kids?
Tim Cook has criticised Facebook over the social media giant’s recent privacy-hacking scandal.
Facebook has permanently banned the page of the far-right political group Britain First for posting anti-Muslim videos and hate speech.
Two reporters at China’s annual parliamentary meeting, “Two Sessions,” have caused a social media storm after one of them dramatically rolled her eyes while the other was delivering her long-winded question.
Facebook says no to Turnbull’s new laws requiring social media sites to provide access to encrypted messages
Facebook will resist Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s new laws that would require tech companies to provide authorities access to encrypted messages from suspected terrorists and other criminals. The PM announced the laws in Sydney on Friday, calling for social media giants’ cooperation in combating crimes.
Facebook users should not fear Jayden K Smith as there is no evidence that the account, if it even exists, means harm. Apparently, the hoax is the latest of online warnings about alleged hacker accounts, which were ultimately proved to be false.
After the rainbow flag button appeared on Facebook in support of the LGBTQ community during the Pride month of June, conservative Christians are now demanding for a crucifix emoji from the social media giant. However, Facebook isn’t giving in to the pressure.
Google has been fined a record €2.42 billion (AU$3.61 billion) for breaking competition rules. The European Commission accused the online media giant of abusing its market dominance as a search engine.
"Facebook down" has risen to trending topics on Twitter early Tuesday morning, as netizens report getting an error message when they try logging in.
It seems Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook also loves “Pokemon GO.” That’s why he has announced a push into Augmented Reality (AR) and Facebook may soon start experimenting on a mix of real and digital worlds, just like the hit smartphone game.
Facebook Messenger to add ‘dislike’ button but will stop support for older versions of Android, iOS and Windows app
Facebook Messenger could be soon rolling out reaction emojis, including a dislike button, but not everyone can use it.
Sydney's funnel-web spiders are considered Australia's deadliest spider. However, a new study shows that a funnel-web spider's venom has potential to protect cells against stroke.
Facebook Messenger tricks: Send Snapchat-styled photos, transfer money, uncover secret inbox and more
There is little doubt that Facebook has grown into the most popular and used social media platform on the Internet. The company’s messaging service, Messenger, is a great tool to help communicate with friends and family.
Facebook celebrated the International’s Women’s Day on Wednesday by encouraging its users to use its live feature with the hashtag #SheMeansBusiness.
Facebook is preparing to foray into the employment market. The social media giant is developing tools that will help companies and businesses post job openings and people looking for jobs look for new opportunities.
The wrong Ivanka, whom Donald Trump tagged, has shared her reaction when she learned about the president-elect's tweet.
Apple is facing backlash following its rejection of an Australian Indigenous app on its launch day.
Facebook Messenger Rooms feature began rolling out to Australian users on Friday, allowing them to swap topic-based messages with strangers.
Twitter is closing Vine, the looping video app it acquired back in 2012, leaving fans wondering about the tech giant’s future.
Facebook enters Snapchat territory and launches its own "masks" to attract alienated users.
Instagram now allows users to anonymously flag posts related to suicide or self-harm.
Playboy magazine is now available digitally on iTunes and Google Play nude-free as it targets social media consumers.
Take advantage of your social media potential and make your digital life easier and fun by doing these Facebook tricks and tweaks.
Although Facebook’s tax settlements were legal based on UK laws, it is being criticised for paying a lesser amount of dues.
Snapchat has become the fastest growing social network today because it is simple, easy and engaging.