So, what does the Twitter-verse think of Facebook’s possible drones? Well, I compiled the 10 best tweets so you can see for yourself.
Facebook has been making what seems like constant tweaks to their newsfeed for a while now, and most of them have prompted reactions varying from frustration to fury from page owners. Facebook Pages, once known as Fan Pages, provide a gathering area for fans of brands, celebrities, TV shows, movies, products, and more.
Just like Google, Facebook is on a shopping spree buying up startups and companies but it still is diligent to shut down products and sub-groups no longer making money or being used by the general public. Such is the case with the facebook.com e-mail. Why? People are no longer using the mail service which was launched in November 2010.
Mark Zuckerberg has just made another large acquisition. Last year’s $1 billion purchase of Instagram is now nothing compared to the $16 billion WhatsApp deal.
Nearly every day I see a story about how teens and tweens are abandoning Facebook in droves for other social networks because it’s become lame to them. They’ve got a point. And I propose that all of that is just fine.
As you probably heard, Facebook is launching its Paper app, which is basically a news app similar to Flipboard and Feedly. The app will be released for iPhone on February 3 in the United States. But is it any different from the news apps that already exist? And more importantly, should you care?
You know how videos have started automatically playing in your browser when you’re on Facebook? Well, beware when you’re checking Facebook on your mobile device because you might be using cellular data to play those videos.
Mark Zuckerburg just won’t end his shopping spree for new startups. Facebook recently acquired an India-based technology start-up Little Eye Labs. The latter is a known developer of tools for Android app developers.
With Facebook possibly developing a “Sympathize” button, we got to thinking about some other buttons that would be cool additions to the service.
Mark Zuckerburg won’t run out of money even if he buys companies and smaller start-ups left and right. Looks like more will be added to his list of acquisitions, as there’s a rumor that BlackBerry is in talks with the top social network. and Facebook making a deal could do the former good after all more »
The practice of automatically blocking ads on the internet tends to lead to conflicting opinions. Sometimes ads are presented so aggressively, it gets in the way of actually consuming content. On the other hand, blocking non-intrusive ads results in loss revenue for otherwise hardworking content creators. It’s not too hard to get sentimental for the more »
Microsoft’s vice president revealed recently that Facebook and Flipboard are finally coming to Microsoft 8 and in the process of launching Metro style apps for the OS. Panos Panay made note of the impeding launches when talking about the company’s new Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 tablets. “Last year we launched this product more »