Thirty percent of US adults still prefer Facebook for their news
Tencent will sell a cheaper Meta VR headset in China next year
"This is a classic David and Goliath battle"
Meta's VR division lost $3.7 billion last quarter, bringing total losses to almost $40 billion since 2020
The metaverse division's quarterly revenue was its lowest on record
The bipartisan group of attorneys general are seeking substantial civil penalties
Downloading a video you've watched online can be more difficult than expected. Most sites prefer you to revisit them and view their ads every time, but this may not be ideal for several reasons.
The move could appease European regulators concerned with data collection practices
Private posts and conversations were excluded
"Bolder, electric, and everlasting"
The social media giant is trying to skirt recent EU privacy regulations by offering an alternative
Some of the pro-Chinese, anti-US headlines included claims about Covid-19's origins
Rumble on the Open RAN Boulevard
Meta wants to increase engagement using AI chatbots with personas, including Abraham Lincoln and a surfer
Not sure Lincoln would have approved
Cambridge Analytica is still haunting Meta
"I do think that this is the direction that the world is going in," said Zuckerberg
Tax prep companies including H&R Block and TaxSlayer found to be tracking users, share sensitive data with Google, Facebook
Death, taxes and tracking come for everyone
To stop the spread of disinformation
Is Facebook the web equivalent of an adult diaper?
ChatGPT: a creator of malware and a lure
What just happened? Did you use Facebook between May 24, 2007, and Dec 22, 2022? Most people will probably answer yes, which means they're owed some money from parent company Meta following a $725 million privacy lawsuit settlement. But don't start planning on buying a Ferrari just yet.
Editor's take: Much of the focus in semiconductors is on chip performance, and so for many outside the process it can be mystifying why sometimes a "better" chip loses out to a "weaker" chip. To name just one example, Intel still sells a lot of server CPUs despite their poor comparison with the latest AMD or Arm offerings.
Company has trimmed nearly a quarter of its staff since November
Almost nine years after Messenger became a separate app
Service lets minors assign hashes to automatically and proactively take down images on participating platforms