Facebook's "partner categories" add data from outside its network, so advertisers can target you based on what you buy and do outside Facebook, even including offline purchases.
We've spent the past few days running around with the HTC First, the first phone with Facebook Home running out of the box . Here's our review.
Almost a year after their public break up, Facebook and General Motors are getting back together.
Facebook is testing a new status update option that lets you tell everyone how you're feeling, what you're watching, and if you're drinking.
You can write off the latest rumor about a potential suitor for the popular messaging app WhatsApp.
The online social-entertainment service has 3.3M monthly participants and a $55 million revenue run rate.
Can't wait until April 12 to get your hands on Facebook Home? If you don't mind braving beta software, you can get Home up and running today, thanks to a leaked version of the app.
The idea of putting the information you care about most onto your phone's home screen and lock screen doesn't originate with Facebook Home. It comes from Microsoft.
Facebook Home isn’t a mobile operating system. But normal users who buy or download the Home experience won’t know or care. They’ll suddenly have Facebook phones that look, feel, and behave totally different from Android phones.
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Halleloo! Drag queen Shangela made an appearance in today's Facebook Home launch. But this isn't Facebook's first foray into LGBT-friendly waters.
Editor's Pick Facebook has said for years that it intends to become the very best distribution platform for mobile developers;. Today, it's turning that promise into a threat.
Facebook Home is in the house, and it's taking over Android. But what about Apple's iOS?
As Mark Zuckerberg confirmed today, Facebook Home will eventually become home to advertisements from Facebook's partners. But you knew that already.
So what does Google think of Facebook Home?
Check out what the new Facebook Home Android skin and the HTC First look like before the launch later this month.
Facebook Home may be a bold ploy to help Facebook take over all Android phones -- but for now, the company is focusing on the above devices.
After many leaks, the first "Facebook phone" is finally here, and it's fittingly called the HTC First.
Editor's Pick We're reporting live from Facebook's big Android announcement in Menlo Park, Calif.
It's an unstructured game conference that nobody is supposed to know about.
California Assembly Member Bonnie Lowenthal has introduced the "Right to Know Act 2013," which would force businesses to tell consumers what personal data they have and where it is being shared.