Facebook is working on a cryptocurrency that will let users of WhatsApp — the messaging service that the social network giant acquired in 2014 — send and receive money, Bloomberg reported Friday, citing people familiar with the matter.
YouTube can now add "most popular iPhone app of the year" to its list of accomplishments.
Apple just released its lists for the most downloaded apps of 2018 and YouTube took the number one spot, beating out Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat for the
David Marcus wants to talk about class. Or, specifically, the lack thereof he sees in a wealthy man taking a principled stand against the conglomerate that so long buttered his bread.
The Facebook head of blockchain published a clearly
In March, around the time when the Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal was shaking Facebook's foundations, WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton publicly called people to #deletefacebook on Twitter.
That wouldn't be so odd if he weren't one of two
Facebook's throwing money at yet another massive fake news problem.
This time, the company is offering researchers as much as $50,000 in exchange for studying the spread of fake news on WhatsApp. The announcement comes after the Indian government
The man who Mark Zuckerberg says taught him about the power of encryption is leaving the Facebook family.
The departure of WhatsApp CEO and cofunder Jan Koum comes after Facebook's biggest privacy scandal to date. And six months after WhatsApp
For teenagers in the European Union, WhatsApp is about to change in a big way.
The Facebook-owned messaging app is raising its age limit from 13 to 16 in Europe to meet the new European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) law, which
Even on encrypted messaging platforms, be careful what you send.
Police officers in South Wales were able to identify a drug dealer's fingerprints from an old WhatsApp photo, the BBC reports. The fingerprint helped secure 11 drug-trafficking
It turns out even $19 billion isn't enough to convince people of the merits of Facebook.
In what will surely be another blow to Facebook, WhatsApp cofounder Brian Acton appears to have joined the growing movement to leave the social network.
BlackBerry is suing Facebook for patent infringement.
The Canadian tech company — adored by Kim Kardashian and once the most cherished texting device available — has accused Facebook of improperly using its "mobile messaging intelligence
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