The social network tries to ease confusion between real news and joke news that shows up in users' feeds.
Fooled by The Onion? Facebook is labeling satirical stories to help those who get confused by fake news. Also, Best Buy appears to have spilled the beans on the Moto 360's price and specs, and Microsoft's system update causes blue-screen crashes.
Could Apple finally unveil a smartwatch at WWDC next week? If so, let's hope it doesn't turn out anything like this.
Unveiling its slate for 2014 at CES, the second-day streaming site will debut "The Hotwives of Orlando," as well as second seasons of "East Los High" and "The Awesomes."
In an expected move from the iOS gatekeepers, iPhone users won't get a chance to play the game which puts a satirical twist on North Korean propaganda due to its "excessively objectionable content."
Comedy site Funny or Die releases "iSteve," a 79-minute movie about the Apple co-founder based largely on Wikipedia research.
Likely bringing a collective sigh of relief, the social network announces it's changing its algorithm to ensure click-bait articles aren't so prominently featured.
Tired of the spam and hashtags abundant on Twitter and Facebook? Check out an emoji-only social network that promises no spam "because there isn't an emoji for spam."
Mass production will start in July for a smartwatch with a "slightly rectangular" display, Reuters reports.
This month at WWDC Apple laid the groundwork for its first wearable, and fanbois and early adopters are ready after years of waiting.