The social network leader will venture beyond the thumbs-up with a test starting Friday for residents of Ireland and Spain.
In a Q&A session, CEO Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook will offer more choices than merely "like." He also discusses virtual reality, artificial intelligence and his feelings about becoming a dad.
In another Q&A session with users, the Facebook CEO says the social network is trying to figure out a way to help express a broader array of emotions.
Facebook is finally letting users 'dislike' something on Facebook, but there's a catch. There's always a catch.
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The social network's users are being inundated with messages that their Facebook privacy concerns can be assuaged by reposting a legal-sounding statement or signing up for a paid monthly subscription.
Conan thinks like and dislike are just a few of the reactions you should be able to express on Facebook with the click of a button. We like that idea.
In a question-and-answer session at Facebook's headquarters, Indian prime minister discusses governing through social media and expanding Internet access.
Technically Incorrect: Australia's Fair Work Commission declares that unfriending a co-worker is mean, so very mean.