• Users warned to keep Facebook details safe

    Users warned to keep Facebook details safe

    Identity theft is a major concern for internet companies and users alike. The dangers are even greater for social networks such as Facebook because of the amount of personal data that users tend to put online.

  • Can Facebook help couples stay together?

    Can Facebook help couples stay together?

    Couples who make regular posts about their relationship on Facebook are more likely to stay together, results from a new study has shown. The study, which was carried out by the University of Wisconsin-Madison, studied the online behaviour of 180 undergraduates, all of whom were in a relationship, to see what they posted about their partners.

  • Moneypenny will be Facebook’s Siri rival

    Moneypenny will be Facebook’s Siri rival

    The latest rumours suggest that Facebook is developing its own digital assistant that will be a direct rival to Apple’s Siri and Microsoft’s Cortana. Moneypenny is the name of James Bond’s trusted assistant, and sources say that Facebook’s version will be aimed at helping users search for and order products and services. Testing already under
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  • Study reveals best time to receive maximum likes and comments on Facebook

    Study reveals best time to receive maximum likes and comments on Facebook

    A study has revealed the best time for posting on Facebook to receive maximum likes and comments.

  • ‘Sin-free’ version of Facebook created in Brazil

    ‘Sin-free’ version of Facebook created in Brazil

    A new ‘sin-free’ version of Facebook has been created by Brazilian Evangelicals. The website, called ‘Facegloria’, operates the same way as the original Facebook, but without any “like” option or offensive posts. The site so far has 100,000 users.

  • Facebook researchers unveil new facial recognition technology

    Facebook researchers unveil new facial recognition technology

    Researchers have unveiled new Facebook facial recognition technology that will enable people to be recognised even if they are turning their face away.