The new state-of-the-art cable will enhance network speed from Europe to the Middle East and Africa.
Here are do’s and don’ts for using social media to get good customer service.
Following accusations that employees of the company actively suppressed conservative news, Facebook has responded saying it has “rigorous” guidelines in place to ensure neutrality for its trending lists.
There are complaints that women are being pressured to conform to a Western ideal, and objectified to boot.
A British woman, who suffers from depression and anxiety, said that after a night out with friends, she took to Facebook to rant about people who misjudge those with mental illnesses and claim that they’re not really suffering.
The father of slain reporter Alison Parker could face charges after allegedly making threats to a Virginia Senator.
You already know Facebook is tracking you, but you likely have no idea how closely. USA Today contributor Kim Komando says there’s an easy fix for that.
Facebook is set to get sillier with the company’s latest acquisition, Masquerade, a face-swapping app that allows users to send funny selfies and videos.
Facebook users could potentially live-stream NFL games on the social media website sometime in the near future.
“Everybody I’ve shown this to (has) been equally fascinated and outraged by the accuracy with which it predicts their sleep habits,” Søren Louv-Jansen, a Danish software developer who created a source code that checks Facebook every 10 minutes to get a picture of who is and isn’t active.
Crashing a party is a jerk move; bragging about it on social media only makes it worse. But a Maryland man got some fast payback last week.
When you add videos to your LinkedIn status updates, you not only catch the eye of someone scrolling through the newsfeed — you also open up the door to a whole new branding and marketing opportunity.
Your social media footprint could help or hinder your chances of being accepted to certain colleges and universities, according to Kaplan Test Prep’s most recent survey.
D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine spoke to middle school students Wednesday about online safety.
One tip is simple: Google yourself. The rest are pretty simple, too.