Graph-based search has pretty much been the province of giants like Facebook and Google who use it to manage huge volumes of content and make data available in real-time to users. But like semantic search, graph-based search is beginning to take hold in more companies and industries. Take a look at where this came from and where its going.
This past weekend, much of the tech industry was joining in the celebration of the LGBT community over the Supreme Court's decision to legalize same-sex marriage in all 50 states. But Facebook found itself at the center of criticism by LGBT leaders for its continued "authentic name" policy.
The top news stories for June 26, 2015.
Facebook has hired Alex Stamos, the chief information security officer at Yahoo since March 2014, as its new chief security officer.
The top news stories for May 13, 2015.
According to a new report from Tractica, a market intelligence firm, the market for computer vision technologies will grow from $5.7 billion in 2014 to $33.3 billion by 2019. The analysts forecast that the consumer segment will experience the highest growth rate, followed by the robotics and machine vision segment.
The top news stories for April 29, 2015.
While bug bounty programs work for the likes of Google and Facebook, such programs aren't easy to implement. Experts weighed in with advice about how to best run a bug bounty program.
Facebook's Parse platform-as-a-service unveiled Wednesday new products, including Parse for Internet of Things that enables developers to build apps for IoT devices such as garage door opners, smart batteries, thermostats, and security cameras.
Facebook wants to get into the news business, but not directly.