The Aquila satellite had been expected to provide connectivity across the world, as part of Facebook’s plan to get more users online
Antonio García Martínez says 'the claws will come out very suddenly'
The company is now far more than just a social network and has blown Wall Street away with its latest results. But should we be concerned about its growing power?
The Facebook CEO says the harrowing images of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile being killed by police expose a fear experienced by millions across America
'There’s some pretty crazy brain research going on that suggests we might be able to do this at some point,' says social network's founder
Zuckerberg thought his first Facebook Live was 'successful' though
The passwords appear to have come from a database that was stolen in 2012 – since when the Facebook boss’s Twitter account has been dormant
Facebook and the liberals fail to understand that those who espouse unpopular views have just as much a right to express them as anyone else
The Big Question: Is Facebook’s vision of the future of the internet likely to happen? And do we want it to?
Facebook's bots are coming - but humans shouldn't be worried about their jobs just yet
Facebook founder compares billionaire’s candidacy to oppressive regimes who limit free speech at his company’s annual F8 developer conference in San Francisco
A number of major announcements were made during the opening speeches of this year's F8 conference
The company calls the phenomenon 'context collapse', and it might be seeing it lose users
'Each of these attacks was different but all had a common thread,' says the Facebook founder
Mr Zuckerberg's social network is blocked by the Chinese authorities
Put it this way: if you have used Facebook’s flag feature after the Paris attacks, you are guilty by association of Euro-centric mourning