When a pattern of bizarre messages began piling up in my inbox, I turned to the source for answers: Google.
The social network's new sports feature lagged behind as football fans piled on the posts.
According to a new report, you could see a boost of 15 percent or more just by switching to Facebook in your browser.
The government has halted the program over concerns that Facebook violates Net neutrality by offering only certain Web content for free.
Instead of wasting time by sending stickers to Facebook friends, challenge him or her to a game of chess.
Trump is tops on Twitter, but Bernie dominates on Reddit.
When Facebook announced a foray into sports, the question on everyone's mind was, "Hey, didn't Twitter do that first?" But Facebook is simply borrowing ideas from competitors -- a time-honored tradition espoused by none other than the late Steve Jobs.
In an in-depth Wired story, Facebook's CEO discusses the challenges he faces in spreading Internet connectivity to the billions of people who don't yet have it.
Facebook says its Free Basics service gives Internet access to people who otherwise couldn't afford it. Critics say the service helps only Facebook.
The social network's CEO plans to do a lot of running this year, and he wants you to join in.