Look through the entire Democratic national platform, and it's clear the party of "inclusion" holds out no welcome mat to innovation and growth.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has unveiled his plan to connect the world to the internet.
According to research, when people tagged their friends on Facebook in voting reminders, turnout increased by 15 to 24 percent.
The billionaire who was secretly financing lawsuits against Gawker is staying put on Facebook's board.
Facebook says it found no evidence that the company excluded conservative news outlets from its trending feed.
Two prominent conservatives spar after meeting with Facebook on Wednesday.
Conservatives talk free speech with Facebook and try out Oculus Rift while they're at it.
Breitbart and The Federalist, among others, declined to speak to Zuckerberg tomorrow to discuss allegation that Facebook censored conservative news.
The Facebook chief executive will meet with 'thought leaders' to address allegations the social networking giant downplayed news from conservative sites.
Amid allegation that Facebook suppressed conservative news topics, political donation data shows that Facebook donated more money to Republicans than Democrats.
A former Facebook employee, however, tells Newsweek there was no policy to suppress conservative news.
A judge ordered WhatsApp cut off on Monday for 72 hours. The reason was not made public.
With a new stock structure, Mark Zuckerberg can focus on long-term projects like virtual reality and free global internet.
Facebook's CEO will be joined by astrophysicist Stephen Hawking and Russian billionaire Yuri Milner in Breakthrough Starshot.
Mark Zuckerberg called out Donald Trump and his wall rhetoric during his F8 Conference keynote speech.
Mark Zuckerberg's F8 Conference keynote speech may tackle chatbots, live video and virtual reality.
Forbes magazine has announced its annual list of the world's richest individuals. While many of the same people are on it, as Sara Hemrajani reports, they have lost some of their wealth.
Nine tech executives and Silicon Valley politicians have taken sides so far.
West asked his followers to do "whatever you gotta do to get" Mark Zuckerberg to support him.