Phenomenon caused when light from the moon is refracted through raindrops
Prominent professor latest to be sent to prison on controversial charge of 'inciting violence' online, which rights groups say has no legal precedent
Image shows the two men kissing and they are being charged on anti-pornography laws
Brand logos and typefaces are all about minimalism in the app-orientated world, to the point of tedium.
Though the social networking giant's corporate product, previously know as Facebook at Work, might not produce a ton of revenue, there's value in having office workers engaged throughout the day
The new network looks a lot like Facebook – but is entirely separate from it, so your boss won't be able to see pictures from your nights out
The Irish indie rockers talk new album Gameshow, streaming and the internet age
Rights groups say more than two dozen journalists are being held by Israeli authorities, without official charges brought against them, as part of efforts to curb recent spate of Israeli-Palestinian violence
Jane Wood Allen worked as a teacher's aide in Georgia
The company has apologised for what it said was a ‘technical issue’ that stopped it from reviewing the items
'Water Bottle Challenge' sees children spend money on drinks bottles every week
The company has made the feature opt-in, and must be turned on for every specific chat
Communities aim to swap apparently innocent words like Google, Skittle and Skype into substitutions for racist slang
Some reported seeing a message indicating that the site was carrying out maintenance
Facebook (FB) unveiled a new 'Marketplace' feature for buying and selling items within communities on Monday.
Hundreds of millions of people are using Facebook for buying and selling already, the company says, and now it's looking to make that easier