The apps, gadgets, subscriptions, and other things that made 2020 not so, uh, 2020.
Stay isolated. Pay minor celebs to apologize to your mom.
A new section features public snaps, with money given out for the ones that go viral.
The country’s third-largest police department notified employees of the ban after BuzzFeed News showed that its officers were using Clearview AI, a facial recognition platform that has taken data from Facebook and other social media platforms.
Internal data shows that labels on President Trump’s posts decrease reshares by about 8%. They still account for some of the most engaging posts on the platform.
Ukraine’s Azov movement, which the State Department calls a “nationalist hate group,” is running ads, organizing violence, and exporting its far-right ideas.
Facebook Has A Rule To Stop Calls To Arms. Moderators Didn't Enforce It Ahead Of The Kenosha Shootings.
“What we learned after Kenosha is that Facebook’s call to arms policy didn’t just fail. It was never designed to function properly in the first place.”
Facebook’s CEO also said Steve Bannon’s comments about beheading government officials did not warrant his complete removal from the platform.
It was in all caps!
A new redesign puts “Reels” front and center.
Apple finally put chips it designed itself into the MacBook Air, the MacBook Pro, and the Mac Mini.
Here's the real money shot.
Watch out for baseless claims of voter fraud.
The Philadelphia site of Rudy Giuliani’s speech is being put to another use.
The coronavirus sent demand for the foldable couch through the roof, and parents are losing it when they can’t get one.
Better graphics, improved controllers, and faster storage mean you don't really need to go outside.
“If an account is mentioned often alongside certain terms, they can become algorithmically surfaced together as an association.”
Time to make good on those promises.
The US president repeated several claims that have already been shown to be false.
Taylor, who had been on unpaid leave from Google, was employed by the company for a little more than a year.
The metric, which assesses the potential for danger based on keywords, rose to 580 from 400 this week — a 45% increase.
The US Postal Service Said It Can't Track 300,000 Ballots Sent In The Mail, But That Doesn't Mean They’re Lost
During an ongoing trial, Postal Service officials said the ballots weren't being tracked so that they could be delivered more quickly.
Facebook Live Spread Election Conspiracies And Russian State-Controlled Content Despite Employee Fears
The social network’s live video tool has recommended videos featuring misinformation and the hyperpartisan views of Trump allies leading up to and following election day in the US.
There's no evidence for falsehoods designed to call into doubt the legitimacy of the election.
“The online misinformation has been relentless. Have never seen anything like this,” said one local official.
“It's incredibly demoralizing, especially given the cataclysmic state of America, to know that the memes our team is making are being unfairly spiked in the Facebook algorithm.”
The map gave away disputed territories claimed by India, colored in bodies of water, and left Croatia blank.
Watch out for images and videos being taken out of context.
On the same day Facebook announced only 51% of its employees believed the social network was having a positive impact on the world, a vice president commended their efforts to prepare for the 2020 presidential election.