The network is being up-front about what data it’s collecting about you and why (because ads).
It’s no surprise that half a billion people use Facebook Messenger after the social network cut off in-app chat access.
New settings let you weed out friends you don't want to hear from without cutting them off completely.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg answered your burning questions in a crowdsourced Q&A.
Video will appear more prominently in users' feeds over time, the CEO said
Facebook is delving deeper into the characteristics of phones to help it determine what to show users. Does yours make the cut?
The network is putting a Donate button at the top of your News Feed to raise funds for Ebola treatment and prevention.
By telling you that your friends voted, the social network might push you to the polls.
The company's Parse back-end platform now offers A/B testing to developers, which can use it to test Facebook mobile campaigns.
Facebook, anonymous? Hardly, but users may still want Tor's location-hiding security while they use the service. Facebook's .onion address makes that all easier.