No honey in loops
The successful applicant should know this already
Testers suggest that something has gone to borksville
Worky Park gets booted from application stores
Some, though not all, may be about cats
They were supposed to remain as separate entities
Surely this is peak internet?
Nudey snaps are a booby trap you silly willy
What could be more useful than that?
And Donald Trump supporters, naturally
Online terror content and its spread, that is
Social network is ready and willing to dump Donald
Steve Huffman pledges to take 'an aggressive stance against toxic users'
We round up the top 10 stories from the past seven days
Firm also promises to let OEMs install rival services on PCs
Social network can't sort out fake news, but it can censor for China
Rule-breakers will see accounts suspended access to Public APIs yanked
Internet-beaming drone suffered 'structural failure'
CEO was MIA for 15 minutes
Safe text is best guys
Says countries decision to block access sets a 'troubling precedent'
European regulators will rule on the deal by 6 December
The internet industry has sent Trump a wish list
Social network finally moves to tackle online harassment
Firms make agreement while playing Scrabble on the ISS
The top 10 stories from the past seven days
Turkey is blocking everything, so why not Russia?
So that's privacy advocates 1, Facebook 346
Another day, another total national shutdown
Gameroom may also challenge Steam
ACLU, SumOfUs and others demand more transparency from the social network
Crooks ask for payment details in return for account verification
Article 29 Working Party sends warning letters to privacy-unaware firms
They're doing Vine now, without you, baby
Social network claims user growth of just three per cent
But Facebook warns it won't work on non-touchscreen devices
Knocked it on the head when the ACLU came knocking
Social network eyes up Slack and Yammer with Workplace launch
So it's basically paid, er, nothing
Trolls return to under their bridges
Aha, this must be the 'daft web'
Mickey Mouse operation emerges as a surprise bidder for the social network
Privacy watchdog slams move as 'an infringement of national data protection law'
'Spectacles' let you share snaps of your, er, sandwiches hands-free
Rlly rlly gd nws
Yes, even yours, you knob end
Terror talk not tackled, says complaint