Facebook showed us its new News Feed last week. It's as pretty as anyone could have hoped, and a wonderful update to the design. But lost in the big images and new feeds was a pretty major change that actually started weeks ago: The first thing you look at on Facebook's page has moved.
The last time Zuck overhauled the website you check all day every day, was two years ago. Two! You've probably changed a decent amount since then, but Facebook hasn't—until today. Here's how you'll be stalking the universe now. Read More >>
As though Graph Search wasn't enough to turn your Facebook world upside down, the company's retooling its news feed again. So what will new new new (new) Facebook have in store? We'll find out next Friday. Read More >>
One of the more annoying things about Facebook is how your News Feed gets clogged and spammed and smacked with stuff you don't care about. Facebook is trying to fix that by limiting what apps can post stuff to your Feed. Read More >>
Just what we all wanted, more Facebook ads! In our news feeds too! It's not like we can say no or anything, we'll just have to accept the new status quo as Facebook look to shake things up again and to impress investors. We can now all look forward to ads slipping into our news feeds, whether or not we're even fans of a page or product. Read More >>
The news feed, so ubiquitous that we don't even need to capitalise it, is an internet staple. We stare at it daily—maybe too much—and it's a fundamental part of Facebook. Today, the brain behind the feed is leaving. Read More >>
Facebook started rolling out its Groupon-style Facebook Offers in last month, but now it's the UK’s turn to join the cheapo-daily-deals party, and your poor News Feed isn’t going to know what hit it. Read More >>