"Who knows what is going to happen in life, I've probably looked into it but who knows what is going to happen."
Reading other people's news is brain clutter, says a tech pioneer who says messenger apps are better.
Facebook's existential crisis has arrived with a vengeance but Mark Zuckerberg doesn't want to talk about it.
Facebook Spaces allows up to four people to appear in the same virtual space with one another.
"You don't have to put your name to it and you can do as you please."
The company thinks smartphones and augmented reality will blend our physical and digital worlds.
It has turned to an unexpected tool to educate people about fake news, the print newspaper.
NZ Police responds to message mishap with a humorous public safety announcement.
As Kiwis braced for Cyclone Cook, Facebook's "safety check" let people offer or request help. Then the fun began.
Bargain-priced items on Facebook Marketplace seem to good to be true, and often are, say police.
Facebook adding tools to make it easier to report "revenge porn" and prevent images from being shared.
COMMENT: Twitter has never felt more vital or plugged in to the global zeitgeist. The paradox in all this is that Twitter Inc is in a funk.
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OPINION: Nadine Chalmers-Ross asks whether it is safe to have an employer see all the fun you are having on the internet?
Science says you're kidding yourself if you think you've got more than 150 friends.
A breastfeeding emoji and a bearded man have been added to the lineup.
Why not try something drastic? Charge for Twitter's true value: the opportunity to tweet.
The company says it wants to let your camera "do the talking'' as more people are posting photos and videos.
For a business that's in most our pockets, there seems to be little Government oversight of Facebook.
Facebook's changing the way small Kiwi companies trade - but that helped kill off a local superhero.
The boss is giving his fortune away and staff apparently love working there.
Kiwi tax-payers give millions to Facebook for Government advertising but seem to get very little back in tax.
OPINION: Facebook wants to link Kiwis to the rest of the world. Every last one of us.
Facebook is surprisingly secretive about its New Zealand operation, so we went digging for answers.
How 100 million Facebook video views affected a 24-year-old Kiwi and his great-nan.
British PM wants social media firms to do more to prevent the spread of extremist material online.
OPINION: Facebook peers into your past and present, making billions from the here and now, and nostalgia.
Cocaine, heroin, slot machines, Facebook? How the social media giant makes sure you get lost in your newsfeed.
It's become harder and harder for Facebook users to understand and control their privacy settings, experts say.
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