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Facebook and ZeniMax settle VR copyright lawsuit

John Carmack isn't the only one ending a legal fight with ZeniMax. Facebook and ZeniMax have agreed to settle a lawsuit that had accused Facebook and Oculus of violating copyright for the alleged "unlawful misappropriation" of ZeniMax VR code. The...

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Bomb threat at Facebook’s Silicon Valley HQ sparks evacuation

Police say there was no word of explosives found hours after a sweep of the building. Watch aerial footage of the evacuation scene.

Facebook revamps feature to highlight life milestones - CNET

Expecting a baby or buying a new car? The tech firm wants you to highlight these big moments.

Online ads spoil Christmas surprises, raising privacy concerns

Social media users say they're being burned by online advertisements spoiling "surprise" gifts by ...

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On Technology: What Happens When Facebook Goes the Way of Myspace?

If the past teaches us anything, it will happen one day. In fact, the process might have already started.

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Facebook makes an even bigger deal of your 'Life Events'

Big milestones deserve big announcements, which is why Facebook is giving its Life Events feature a revamp. Previously, when you added a ...

NY Times /
How ‘Subtle Asian Traits’ Became a Global Hit

A group of Asian-Australian students started a Facebook group to share jokes and memes about their experiences. Now, it has nearly a million followers all over the world.

The 10 best Facebook alternatives for Android and iOS - CNET

Whether you're part of the #DeleteFacebook crowd or the 'Time Well Spent' movement, these are your best alternatives to the world's largest social network.

Hockey at Peggys Cove lighthouse: An instantly iconic photo

Adam Cornick said he's received a "phenomenal" response since posting the shot to his Facebook page Monday, with people excitedly sharing the nostalgic wintry shot and lauding its depiction of a quintessential East Coast experience.

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Apple Watch, Google Pixel 3, Amazon Fire TV: Talking Tech's 10 favorite gadgets of 2018

Amazon, Google, Apple and Facebook, yes, the social network, make the cut for top honors of 2018. What's on your ...

Verizon takes $4.6B charge, offers buyouts to 10,000 workers

Strong competition from Google and Facebook has slashed Yahoo and AOL's value, forcing parent company Verizon to take a $4.6 billion impairment ...

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Facebook Has Better Uses for Its Cash Than Stock Buybacks

Sniffing out hoaxes and better protecting users’ data, for starters. 

Google accelerating demise of Plus after new security flaw affected 52 million

Google is still having trouble protecting the personal information on its Plus service, prodding the company to accelerate its plans to shut down a little-used social network created to compete against Facebook.

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Facebook patents tech that can guess where you're going next

Facebook might not only know where you are in the future, but also where you're going next. Buzzfeed News has discovered that the social network has filed a patent application entitled "Offline Trajectories" for a technology can predict where you're...

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Should Facebook Be Spending So Much Cash on Buybacks?

The social media giant won’t stop repurchasing its shares anytime soon.

WATCH: Man shot while campaigning for political candidate in Chicago

Maxwell Little was shot as he live-streamed himself on Facebook.

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Instagram promotes Vishal Shah as head of product

Facebook Inc's photo-sharing app Instagram said on Monday it promoted its director of product management Vishal Shah as the head of product, ...

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Facebook's fall: From the friendliest face of tech to perceived enemy of democracy

In less than a decade Facebook has gone from the darling of Silicon Valley to the scourge of humanity, as the site once used simply to keep in touch with friends has emerged as a polarizing tool that can be politically weaponized amid concerns about privacy, misinformation and bias. 

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Facebook opening Bryant Park pop-up to teach users about privacy

Mark Zuckerberg’s social network plans to open a pop-up kiosk on Dec. 13 in Midtown Manhattan, where it will field questions about its data-sharing practices and teach users how to understand its new privacy controls.

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In the U.S, Many Complaints About Big Tech, Little Action

When Facebook Inc. chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg appeared before the U.S. Congress in April, lawmakers warned that the era of self-regulation for social media was likely over. When the CEO of Alphabet Inc.’s Google, Sundar Pichai, testifies Dec. 11, he’s likely to hear the same admonition. Despite a plethora of complaints about big-tech ...

NY Times /
Don’t Fall for Facebook’s ‘China Argument’

America’s global dominance in technology requires fierce competition at home, not the coddling of monopolies.

Facebook's valuation makes it a top stock pick among large internet companies, Deutsche Bank says

Facebook is Deutsche Bank's top pick among large internet stocks, with an "extremely attractive" valuation and a bevy of potential.

WATCH: Florida resident Colleen Gill posts video of beached dolphin on Facebook

Naples resident Colleen Gill uses social media to highlight beached wildlife affected by Florida's red tide.

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Deep losses leave Big Tech with small earnings multiples

Deep losses in Amazon Inc, Apple Inc, Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc have left the former tech favorites at their lowest earnings multiples in years, ...

NY Times /
Lean In’s Sheryl Sandberg Problem

The movement that Facebook’s chief operating officer started is trying to leave her, and her scandals, behind.

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Australian watchdog wants a regulator for dominant Google, Facebook

Australia's competition watchdog on Monday recommended tougher scrutiny and a new regulatory body to check the dominance of tech giants Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google in the country's online advertising and news markets.

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Australian regulator says probe of tech giants spurs five investigations

Australia's competition regulator says it has five investigations afoot as a result of its examination of the market power and public influence of tech giants such as Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google.

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