Judge temporarily blocked popular messaging service
Facebook’s Zuckerberg ‘likes’ philanthropy—a lot. But the devil, as always, will be in the details of the projects he and his wife choose to support.
‘For your generation to live in a better world, there is so much more our generation can do’
Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan say they’ll devote nearly all their wealth to solving the world’s problems in celebration of their new baby
MONTREAL – Julie Levenhagen was known only as “baby Agathe” when she was adopted from a Montreal hospital at nine days old.
New Facebook software is smart enough to play games, describe photos and predict your requests
Jordan Banks and Shaharris Beh consider the possibilities of HackerNest
Charles Bird, who used to vet candidates for the Liberal Party, on background searches, how mistakes happen, and ‘crushing dreams’
Chris Austin had been selected as the candidate for Sturgeon River-Parkland
Social media still not a vetting priority for political parties: experts
Modern Hell: Tales from #Life, Part 1. Why your summer vacation was a failure
Facebook Canada finds Conservatives on Facebook having few cultural preferences in common with Liberals, New Democrats and Greens
With a deeply personal essay about grieving her husband’s death, the Facebook COO reframes a fundamental human experience
A roundup of victories, tragedies, triumphs, disappointments, and the names making news—good or bad—this week
April 23: Ontario will announce its budget today. Plus, tallying costs, from the Petrobras scandal to building digital empires
Social-media network changes status update to in the wake of a petition that racked up more than 16,000 signatures
Feb. 1: What’s the best way to measure tech profits?