Facebook

Facebook activates its first ‘Safety Check’ in US

Facebook activates its first ‘Safety Check’ in US

On Sunday, social network Facebook activated its ‘Safety Check’ feature for the first time in the US, after a deadly mass-shooting incident.

Hackers briefly compromise Mark Zuckerberg's accounts on Twitter, Pinterest

Hackers briefly compromise Mark Zuckerberg's accounts on Twitter, Pinterest

On Sunday, hackers managed to briefly compromise Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s accounts on a few social media sites -- including Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, and LinkedIn.

Facebook to roll out its own ‘diverse’ emojis in Messenger

Facebook to roll out its own ‘diverse’ emojis in Messenger

In a Wednesday announcement, Facebook said that it has efforts underway to roll out its own emojis in the Messenger messaging service.

Facebook introduces new “text understanding engine” called ‘DeepText’

Facebook introduces new “text understanding engine” called ‘DeepText’

On Wednesday, social networking giant Facebook introduced its newest artificial intelligence (AI) system called 'DeepText,' to make its platform significantly 'smarter' when it comes to understanding

Four major US Internet firms sign EU hate speech deal

Four major US Internet firms sign EU hate speech deal

On Tuesday, four bigwig US Internet firms -- Microsoft, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube -- worked out a deal which underscores a new European Union (EU) "code of conduct on illegal online hate speech."

Facebook, Microsoft team up to lay high-capacity subsea internet cable across Atlantic

Facebook, Microsoft team up to lay high-capacity subsea internet cable across At

In an announcement made on Thursday, social networking giant Facebook and software biggie Microsoft said that they have teamed up for an ambitious project to lay a high-capacity subsea internet cable

Facebook apologizes for blocking ad featuring plus-sized model in a bikini

Facebook apologizes for blocking ad featuring plus-sized model in a bikini

On Monday, social network Facebook extended an apology to Australian feminist group Cherchez La Femme for its refusal to display an ad which featured a size-26 model, Tess Holliday, in a bikini.

Mark Zuckerberg will meet with top conservative media figureheads this week

Mark Zuckerberg will meet with top conservative media figureheads this week

In an evident effort to address Facebook's alleged suppression of conservative news stories in its "trending" stories section, the company's CEO Mark Zuckerberg will hold a meeting with top conservati

FrenchTribune Specials

NASA sends group of intellectuals to bottom of Atlantic for 16 days to learn abo

The US space agency NASA has sent a crew of astronauts, engineers and scientists at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean to stay there for 16 days for an apparently counterintuitive reason: to learn about space.

The group of intellectuals will spend time there to get ready for deep space missions, as the microgravity aura deep down...

Exxon reports 46% decline in First Quarter earning

On Thursday, Exxon reported a 46% decline in earnings in the first quarter, by earning $4.9 billion compared with $9.1 billion in the same quarter a year ago. Exxon's top and bottom lines declined due to lower oil prices.

It was the...

Most Popular

Apple sold 40 million iPhones in April-June quarter; iPhone ASP was $595

Tech giant Apple reported its earnings for the April-...

Tesla officially opens its massive Gigafactory in Nevada desert

Electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla Motors officially...

Apple iPhone SE gaining more traction than expected with consumers

On Tuesday, tech giant Apple released its fiscal Q3...

Even Small Quantity of Alcohol can cause seven forms of cancer, finds Study

Drinking alcohol even in small quantity can lead to...

Poll

Can Greece Come out of Economic Problems: