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Facebook crashed again on Monday, the second time in less than a week and the third time in three weeks
Facebook crashed for at least 10 minutes today and then struggled to fully come back online.
Facebook is expanding the beta test of its social network for the enterprise and hopes to launch it in the next few months.
Mark Zuckerberg, co-founder and CEO of Facebook, said the social network is working on enabling uses to hit a button and express more than just a simple "like."
Facebook is making changes to its Pages service to attract more businesses, in part by giving them a new way to showcase their products.
It'll now be easier for the 300 million users of the popular Instagram photo-sharing app to share private messages.
Earlier this week, one billion people logged into Facebook in a single day, marking a new milestone for the social network.
Facebook is improving its technology to better identify videos uploaded to its site without the permission of copyright holders.
A brilliant mobile strategy to get us to use Facebook more, or a brilliant strategy to get us to use Facebook for payments? Both.
When it comes to questions asked online, which ones are best handled by a machine, and which ones require human intervention? Facebook thinks it can perform the triage with M, its new personal digital assistant.
Facebook head of retail and automotive Stephen Scheeler has been appointed as the social media giant’s new local managing director.
Facebook reveals techniques it used to reduced the number of elusive memory errors that would crash its iOS app
Facebook has released as open source a library it uses to generate code, called Codegen, providing a way for outside programmers to automate some of the routine work they do when creating large programs.
Parse, <a href="http://www.infoworld.com/article/2824545/application-development/review-parse-delivers-mobile-apps-not-for-business.html">which provides a cloud platform for mobile and desktop apps,</a> plans to open-source all of its SDKs, starting with kits for iOS, OS X and Android.
Facebook, Google, Twitter, Yahoo and Microsoft will take a new step toward combating the spread of child pornography, by blocking images identified in partnership with an industry group.
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