new-facebook

Get ready for a slightly new look, 360-degree video and more.
Facebook announced Tuesday that it's changing the News Feed. But before you freak out, know that the update seems so far
I've been giving some thought to what I actually want and need from my hours on the laptop and with social media. Here are just a couple of things that I've come up with.
After nearly three days using Facebook's new News Feed, I've made my conclusion. I like it. Facebook just got a lot more addicting. And more useful.
At a small news conference on Wednesday, Mark Zuckerberg introduced a fairly dramatic redesign of the Facebook newsfeed, emphasizing
Julie Zhuo, Facebook's Director of Design, spoke about how photos will be played up in the new News Feed. This isn't the
According to the Facebook Blog, users will have a weeklong grace period to try the new layout, which has the potential to
For a complete list of the apps that are launching frictionlessly on Facebook, head over to Techcrunch, which got a photo
Now it appears -- starting with New Zealand -- the Facebook profile will have its transformational moment, too. As a refresher
If you want to remove the Facebook Ticker completely, provided you're using Google Chrome, watch the following video: Dislike
Take a look at some of the changes implemented by the rollout of the "new" Facebook. (Reporting by Stephen Mangan; Editing
I also became heavily involved with a group of wonderful whacky people who from each part of the world brought something
Social media is social. So, wouldn't it make sense for Facebook to consult with users before they make changes to the site? Apparently, the company thinks not.
There is, for better or for worse, plenty of reason to stay in this relationship. First, there's the Timeline, the unifying
[UPDATE: If you decide afterward that you don't want the new timeline for any reason, it's very easy to revert back. Go back
Some where angry, some were elated, and some were mostly just confused. One thing's for sure though: everyone was talking
On Thursday, Facebook announced sweeping changes at F8, their annual developers conference. The event was held in San Francisco
"The 'Listen with your friend' feature in ticker is blowing my mind. Listen to what your friends are listening. LIVE," tweeted