Facebook’s internal documents show its ruthlessness
Zuckerberg: "That [app] may be good for the world but it’s not good for us unless people also share back to Facebook..."
Facebook thought about charging for access to user data
The social site struggled with its approach to handling customer info.
Facebook's expanded local news strategy includes government alerts
The test would alert you to natural disasters, school closures and more.
UK politician claims Facebook knew of Russian data harvesting in 2014
Facebook says he's ripping the statement out of context.
Instagram tests simpler, bolder profiles
The tweaks parallel Twitter changes from just days earlier.
Tumblr for iOS disappears from the App Store
The company said it has been dealing with an app 'issue.'
Twitter's Explore tab starts sorting stories into sections
The update is only available in the US, though.
Facebook reportedly pressured Palmer Luckey to support a politician
Luckey's lawyer claimed the company broke the law as a result.
Facebook's Portal video chat displays go on sale in the US
Portal will set you back $199, while Portal+ will cost you $349.