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Facebook enhances picture capabilities
Users will be able to add animated graphics to their pictures through a technology called augmented reality.
Cleveland Facebook murder: Details on manhunt, accused killer's death
Steve Stephens, the suspect accused of killing a man and posting a video of the crime on Facebook, shot and killed him after a brief pursuit.
Facebook Live killer kills himself after spotted by police
Steve Stephens, who shot a man and streamed the video, was spotted in Erie, Pennsylvania.
Murder on Facebook spotlights rise of 'performance crime' phenomenon on social media
A video posted to Facebook that shows the killing of an elderly man in Cleveland has sparked both fear and outrage. Fear because the victim, Robert Godwin Sr., appears to have been chosen at random by his alleged assailant, and outrage because Godwin's last terrifying moments could be watched over
Zuckerberg: Facebook has 'a lot of work' to prevent tragedies like Cleveland
"Our hearts go out to the family and friends of Robert Godwin Sr. and we have a lot of work and we will keep doing all we can to prevent tragedies like this from happening," Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg said.
Apple rumored to have new iPad coming
An online tech report says new iPad will have a 10.5 inch screen and higher resolution display.
Prisoners in 'Shark Tank' like competition are defying expectations
A company is offering inmates the chance to partner with business leaders in the hopes of launching start-ups.
Mark Zuckerberg's latest status update: My wife is pregnant with our second daughter
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg shared a major status update Thursday: He announced on his Facebook and Instagram pages that he and wife Priscilla Chan are expecting their second child. "Priscilla and I are happy to share we're expecting another baby girl!" Zuckerberg, 32, wrote in a post
Nike unveils new marathon running shoes
The sneakers are designed to help marathon runners break the two-hour mark.
Snapchat co-founders become newly minted billionaires
Co-founders and Stanford University graduates Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy are now worth an estimated $5.5 billion each, after their IPO for Snap Inc. started trading at the NYSE on Thursday.