Facebook has changed its name to Meta as part of a major rebrand.
The company, which announced the change at its annual developer conference, said it would better “encompass” what the firm now does.
It also revealed plans for a metaverse – an online world where people can game, work and communicate in a virtual environment, often using VR headsets.
The name change follows a series of negative stories about Facebook, based on documents leaked by an ex-employee.
Frances Haugen has accused the company of putting “profits over safety”.
In 2015, Google restructured its company calling its parent firm Alphabet, however, the name has not caught on.