Facebook is the biggest online social network out there, and has long had an application available for BlackBerry where users could update their status, upload pictures, browse their news feed, and send messages. Facebook for BlackBerry integrates deeply with the device’s built-in notification and contact system. Facebook in and of itself is a popular application platform that, among other things, provides APIs for developers to use Facebook as a sign-up mechanism. On BlackBerry OS, there is also a Facebook Messenger app dedicated exclusively to chat functions.
Facebook, Instagram, and Whatsapp are currently experiencing an outage
Facebook, Instagram, and Whatsapp are currently experiencing an outage with Europe and the East Coast of the U.S. being the most affected.
Facebook says it exposed millions of Instagram user passwords
Less than a month after Facebook exposed around 600 million of its users' passwords to employees, the company has quietly announced that Instagram accounts have been affected as well.
Facebook Messenger dark mode now rolling out globally
Facebook has started rolling out its dark mode option to the app globally after making it an Easter egg in the app previously.
Five steps you should take to protect your data privacy
It takes a bit of legwork, but protecting your data online actually isn't as complex as you'd think.
Facebook exposed up to 600 million user passwords to its employees
In Facebook's privacy troubles, it's now being reported that the company stored millions of user passwords and plain text — exposing them to thousands of Facebook employees.
Facebook introduces new privacy controls for location data on Android
Facebook sucks when it comes to privacy. It's a well-known fact but if you haven't already trashed your Facebook account, they're looking to win back some of your love.
Facebook Messenger's huge redesign now rolling out to more users
Facebook recently announced Messenger 4 which introduced a new, and supposedly simpler Facebook Messenger experience with a new design and features. Now, that update has arrived for more folks!
Facebook October 2018 security breach: Everything you need to know
Facebook has announced that a security breach from July 2017 to September 2018 exposed information for around 30 million users. Here's what you need to know.
Facebook says nearly 50 million accounts impacted by security breach
Facebook has reset security tokens for around 90 million accounts following a security breach that affected nearly 50 million users.
Facebook files patent infringement lawsuit against BlackBerry
The legal battle that started back in March between BlackBerry and Facebook has now escalated to Facebook returning legal fire in claims that BlackBerry infringed several Facebook patents.
Facebook has been sharing user data with 60 smartphone OEMs
A new report from The New York Times has now highlighted claims of Facebook sharing its users' data with at least 60 smartphone OEMs over the past ten years including BlackBerry, Apple, and Samsung.
WhatsApp bringing group video calls, video chat coming to Instagram
With Facebook's F8 conference well underway, there has been plenty of new announcements made but for those of you out there still using WhatsApp or hitting up Instagram on the daily, you're about to get some new video features!
Facebook adding 'unsend' feature to Messenger in the coming months
Facebook just can't seem to do anything right these days but bless them for trying.
Facebook Lite availability expanded to include more countries
Facebook has now decided to expand the availability of their Facebook Lite app to the U.S., Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, France, Germany, New Zealand, and Ireland.
How to opt out of Facebook data sharing
Facebook and other companies often buy data from data brokers in order to sell advertisers more targeted ad space on their platforms. Here's how to keep your data safe.