It looks Facebook wants to take the event function a step further and help people actually get to those events. Is the social media giant getting into the ridesharing game? Based on these patent filings, maybe so.
A seven-year-old racer named Emma went home from school in tears after her teacher said that girls don’t race cars. She was so crushed by those words that the track where she races has asked for words of encouragement from other female racers. So far, the response has been overwhelming.
The buses that shuttle San Francisco tech workers to and from their Silicon Valley jobs each day have been blamed for displacing longtime residents. In a heartbreaking twist, the drivers of those buses are paid so little that they, too, have been priced out of San Francisco–and some of them must live in their cars.
UPS opened up a can of worms when they decided to do a photo mosaic for their logo. The idea was to use fans' Facebook photos as the background. Of course, someone had Dick Butt (which is a doodle of exactly what it sounds like) as their photo. Now Dick Butt will take a glorious ride aboard the Ferrari SF15-T. …
With all the buzz surrounding Google's self-driving technology and this week's rumors that Apple is developing its own electric cars, it might seem like the cars we love are turning into the Borg. But there's one Silicon Valley stalwart that isn't interested in expanding into the auto market: Facebook.
In a recent update to their Facebook, Delta offers up 10 Reason Why Girls Don't Give Bl0wjobs. It's not just a brand being cheeky because they're your friend, they say they were "compromised." To put it mildly...
So I'm on Facebook the other day, browsing through pictures of people I went to high school with in order to make sure they aren't happier than me, and I get a notification from somebody I barely know. I'll call her "Sarah," because that's her name.
Sometimes in this world, you want to make someone as wildly uncomfortable as humanly possible. That’s why Facebook’s here.
A French court has imposed a one-month driving suspension on 15 drivers after they were convicted of posting the locations of speed traps and cameras to a Facebook group.
Tech buses don't need anymore bad press. Their mere existence in San Francisco has been enough to make them the most hated bus system in America. But a new report is certain to drag their reputation down even further: companies are paying their bus drivers obscenely low wages and forcing them to work 15.5 hour days,…
The trend of Facebook-shaming moms continues! This time, it's a mom in Victorville, California who took to the social media site to publicly apologize for the shitty behavior of her son.
According to a report from Recode, Mark Zuckerberg met with Uber CEO Travis Kalanick to discuss putting an Uber integration within Facebook's Messenger app. Someday soon we could order a car in between sending our Facebook friends weird cat stickers.
A woman in High Point, N.C. died in a car crash yesterday after her car veered onto the median and into an oncoming truck. Investigators claim that the crash was a result of her posting about Pharrell's "Happy" to her Facebook page.
Dropping the F-bomb, calling everybody dumb or spamming your Facebook feed? You name it, and these companies will deliver.
A 15-year-old created a Ferrari Facebook page back before it was a social media empire, and it grew so successful that the people in Maranello wanted it. So they took it. But Ferrari might not have actually been allowed to do that.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is known for leading a more humble lifestyle than you'd think a man worth a gazillion dollars would. That includes his car, which is a nice little VW GTI. Good for him.
GM's relationship with Facebook could best be described as "It's complicated." First they pulled their ads off the 'book, and then they decided to come back. And don't forget the drama with ex-CEO Fritz Henderson's daughter. Now GM North America chief Mark Reuss has suspended his account after using it to respond to a…
A trucker who crashed into three police cars and two trucks, killing an Arizona public safety officer, was on Facebook at the time of the crash, and had used his phone to watch YouTube and look up female escort web pages, porn sites and social networks while driving on other occasions.
A legal website used by attorneys to privately discuss case law is shutting down after 10 years because the owner no longer feels the site's users are protected from government spying. After federal threats led to the closure of several secure email providers, the publisher of Groklaw closed her own operation last…