Engagement vampire Facebook is ready to thrust floating ad units into your enraptured eyeballs inside the solitude of virtual reality.
Twitter gives Australia the Blues, COVIDSafe doesn’t give anything, plus Facebook, hot sauce, Hearthstone, Valorant and more.
After recent Oversight Board questions, Facebook might be about to stop letting politicans say whatever they like.
Amazon set to buy MGM, CommBank ready to show you ALL your accounts, USB wants more power, and Facebook still doesn’t get it. Plus new products and more.
In the latest Byteside podcast we talk imaging technologies and interfaces, from Adobe’s latest enhancement tech to AR and VR interfaces.
Australians’ time spent on news websites dropped by as much as 22% during Facebook’s news ban in February. It still hasn’t recovered.
We handed Facebook fewer rules and no mandatory code while giving it an excuse to gain data on what a Facebook without news looks like.
WhatsApp will be restricting messaging services and potentially deleting accounts of users who don’t accept the new terms and conditions.
A poorly communicated update from secure messaging service WhatsApp sees millions abandon the service in favour of competitors.
Big media, big tech, and big politics. Everyone is trying to look like the biggest tool in the name of winning a fight about the wrong thing.
Australia’s developing media laws continue to get spicy, with US officials the latest detractors alongside Facebook and Google.
Facebook goes after an NYU research plugin designed to give greater transparency to political adverts.
When your delightful virtual reality headset conflicts with your desire to stop being trapped in the big bad social network.
The requirement to create a Facebook login to use Oculus hardware meets its latest layer of stupid, with new accounts banned for… reasons?
As Facebook gets set to shut down its support for Flash Player, the original addictive Zynga game has announced it’s time to say goodbye.
Facebook is finally removing false claims about Oregon wildfires, half a week after ridiculous claims spread on the social network.