Unlike Apple, Facebook doesn’t want to track your vitals. Yet.
The network cleaned up its research guidelines to prevent unnecessary experiments.
The network says its policy has always allowed for “authentic” names as well as legal ones, but apologized Wednesday for hurting users.
Now a messaging app will call businesses for you and then message you their answers. We've reached peak messaging.
Atlas lets advertisers target you on third-party sites and apps using your Facebook info.
The idea of Ello and the actual user experience are completely different.
BitTorrent launches pay-gated Bundles with a $6 offering from Radiohead’s unorthodox front man.
The iPhone 6 Plus endures several sit-down tests before shipping.
If you’re still struggling to downgrade to iOS 8, follow these instructions.
Sometimes you just want to remember a product, not be pushed into buying it.
As Twitter reevaluates chronological timelines, Facebook adds more timely content to your stream.
The network isn't making any changes yet, but it should.
Not even the government can access information on devices running iOS 8.
Your nude selfies are now more secure.
The on-demand cleaning services platform dropped the "book" from its name to take its business to the next level.