Facebook is an online social networking service founded in 2004 by Mark Zuckerberg, Chris Hughes, Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskovitz and Eduardo Saverin.

Caviar, a manufacturer of luxury smartwatches and accessories, is offering a pair of AirPods Pro wrapped in 18-karat gold with a price tag of $67,790 - and the limited edition is one of a kind.
Discover all you need to know about Amazon's Echo Flex, a plug-in smart speaker that's one of the cheapest ways to get Amazon Alexa in more places throughout your home...
The company's moves into health data will test how serious antitrust enforcers are about privacy issues.
After connectivity issues with the Disney+ during its launch yesterday, Vizio has announced it's working on an update for its SmartCast TVs that could help some users access the service.
The molar of an ancient ape, Gigantopithecus blacki, has revealed it is closely related to modern-day orangutans.
Flaws continue to expose Intel chips' internal architecture and jeopardize sensitive information like passwords and other personal data despite multiple patches issued by Intel.
In this episode of Hashtag Trending, we talk about Disney+'s server overload, Facebook secretly activating cameras, and Americans voting for the best brand.
Concerns over race relations at Facebook are long-standing. Photograph: Josh Edelson/AFP via Getty Images
Read more about Soon, Google to offer current accounts in partnership with Citigroup on Business Standard. The details of the project, named Cache, were first reported by the Wall Street Journal and follow moves by tech heavyweights Apple Inc and Facebook Inc into the financial industry this year
The world-renowned roboticist returned to his home in Torquay, Devon, this week after 24 days in Intensive Care, with all medical procedures now complete and able to begin his re-booted life.
Zuckerberg follows a bunch of celebrities and TikTok superstars, including Loren Gray, Baby Ariel, and Jacob Sartorius.
Facebook 'bug' saw app sneakily access iPhone and iPad cameras
BuzzFeed reports Facebook wasn't able to close the deal, while Bloomberg reports it walked away over concerns about's users and ownership.
The posts, by Connecticut, U.S, law student Cameron Atkinson, were purposefully intended to test Facebook's censorship of the whistleblower's identity. Named by conservative news outlets.
Facebook has acknowledged the bug, saying that it is submitting a fix for the same to Apple Store.
Facebook has repeatedly denied the theory that it listens in on users. Photograph: Sascha Steinbach/EPA
'It may have backfired.' A misleadingly edited Conservative party video posted to Twitter. Photograph:
Recently, several Facebook users noticed the app is opening the camera while they're scrolling through their feeds. Many of them took to platforms like Twitter and Reddit to report their findings.
Researchers shared a video showing the oldest and thickest solid layer of frozen ocean water has loss 95% of its mass over the past 35 years -which is a 'dramatic indicator' of climate change.