25 May 2016
Mumbai: Playback singer Arijit Singh has publicly apologised to superstar Salman Khan for allegedly insulting him and also pleaded him to retain his song in the actor's upcoming film 'Sultan'.
24 May 2016
San Francisco: Facebook said it was making changes aimed at keeping political bias out of its "trending" stories list even though an internal investigation revealed no evidence it was happening.
24 May 2016
New Delhi: Pushing its virtual reality (VR) dreams, social media giant Facebook today acquired Edinburgh-based company Two Big Ears that specialises in spatial 3D audio in cinematic and gaming experiences.
19 May 2016
Toronto: The perception that you are smart and funny, and therefore have more following on Facebook may be wrong, as according to a new study on online social media networks "our friends really have more friends than we do".
20 May 2016
New York: People with intellectual disabilities or those extremely social and trusting are more susceptible to exploitation and abuse on social media platforms like Facebook, researchers have revealed.
11 May 2016
New Delhi: India is one of the top priority countries for 'Facebook at Work' and the social networking giant will soon start testing the app with more companies in the country, top Facebook executives have said.
17 May 2016
Washington: In a jolt to video live-streaming efforts on social media, news and entertainment company Buzzfeed's interview with US President Barack Obama suffered a technical glitch, leading to a black out within two minutes of its going live on Facebook Live.
13 May 2016
New York: Social media giant Facebook will turn panoramas on users' phones into "360 Photos" both on News Feed and the Oculus-powered Samsung Gear VR for a better viewing experience, a media report said.
14 May 2016
Washington: Amid allegations that a team of editors at Facebook is manipulating the popular 'Trending Topics' by 'injecting' selected articles to promote a particular perspective, the social media giant has reiterated that it does not allow or advise its reviewers to discriminate against sources of any political origin.
09 May 2016
Beijing: In a signal that China may soften its stand against social networking giant Facebook, the Beijing High Court has ruled in favour of the Cupertino-based company, saying that a Chinese company should not have been allowed to register the "face book" trademark back in 2014.