Facebook is investing $150 million into virtual reality 

  Virtual reality can be an effective educational tool, however the information available for the medium is only as good as the content available for the medium. As part of…

Facebook rebrands itself to ‘Meta’

  On Thursday, Facebook rebranded its parent company “Meta,” as the internet behemoth attempts to transition from its scandal-plagued social network to its virtual reality vision for the future.  …

Meta Plans to Launch Smartwatch With Camera

  According to a photograph of the device spotted inside one of the internet giant’s iPhone apps, Meta Platforms, the firm formerly known as Facebook, is working on a smartwatch…

What is this Facebook’s metaverse we’ve been hearing about

The phrase “metaverse” appears to be all over the internet. Thousands of engineers are being hired in Europe to work on it, and video game corporations are laying out their…

Facebook files a lawsuit against a Ukrainian hacker

Facebook filed a data theft lawsuit against a Ukrainian on Friday, accusing him of scraping Facebook Messenger and selling the data of over 178 million users on dark net forums. Over…

Facebook releases Mariana Trench to detect security flaws in Android apps

Mariana Trench, an Android-focused static analysis tool intended to discover and prevent security and privacy issues in apps built for the mobile operating system at scale, has been open-sourced by…

WhatsApp Photo Filter bug enables hackers to access your data

WhatsApp photo filter feature had a high-severity security vulnerability that could have been exploited by threat actors to send a malicious image to read sensitive data from the app’s memory,…

FlyTrap Android malware attacks several Facebook accounts

Since March 2021, Zimperium’s zLabs researchers have discovered a new Android trojan known as FlyTrap that has compromised the Facebook accounts of over 10,000 people in at least 144 countries.…

Tech giants threaten to leave Hong Kong over data-protection laws

Facebook Inc., Twitter Inc., and Alphabet Inc.’s Google have threatened the Hong Kong government that if authorities proceed with new data-protection laws that may hold them accountable for the harmful…