React Native changed one iOS developer’s mind about web development. Will it change yours?
Why? Because Facebook doesn’t want its logins to feel creepy.
Messenger keeps getting bigger and more all-encompassing.
Friends are in, publishers are out … until next time.
In this case, “sharing” is not caring.
Google still wants to be a one-stop shop for everything mobile.
Virtual reality is here, but just barely. So far, that is.
Rivals are everywhere—now including Facebook.
Much of the world’s Internet will come from the skies.
You’ll still have to code your apps for both.
Creators now have more control over their content.
Its Parse unit courts hardware makers with developer tools.
At its F8 conference, the social network seeks to rediscover its youth.
Virtual reality finds its place on the Web.
Chatting with text is so 2014.
In which Facebook follows the Asian chat giant Line.
The social network will be watching—and presumably learning.
The social network aims to tamp down violent incitement in Myanmar.
Any gender goes now.