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On Facebook, you're for sale

Dec 21, 2012
Now that it's publicly owned, Facebook needs to generate revenue, so it's looking for more ways to monetize its users.
Posted In: Facebook

Facebook tests new paid messaging

Dec 21, 2012
Facebook started testing a new feature yesterday. For a dollar, a stranger can send you a message that’ll land in your directly in your inbox.
Posted In: Facebook, linkedin

Instagram retreats from policy changes

Dec 21, 2012
The photo sharing app Instagram is retreating from its new privacy policy after users cried foul. How common are such reversals in the tech world?
Posted In: instagram, netflix, Tech, Facebook, flickr

Backlash against Instagram over photo policy

Dec 19, 2012
The mobile phone app Instagram rose to fame on its filters. There's the 1970s filter, Nashville and Sierra, which give photos an artistic sheen. Now it might be time to add another one: Rage.
Posted In: instagram, Facebook, photos

New Instagram privacy policy frustrates users

Dec 18, 2012
Photo-sharing site says it has the right to sell user photos to advertisers.
Posted In: instagram, Facebook, privacy, online privacy

Using scary online photos to motivate saving for retirement

Dec 6, 2012
Investment company Merrill Edge wants you to start saving retirement, so badly that they've built an online tool that will help you do it, and terrify you in the process.
Posted In: Personal Finance, Merrill Edge, Facebook, Twitter, instagram

Using social media in the bathroom

Dec 3, 2012
A third of 18- to 24-year-olds do.
Posted In: Twitter, Facebook, social media

Facebook and Zynga retool their relationship

Nov 30, 2012
The game company and the giant social network loosen the ties that have bound them.
Posted In: zynga, Facebook

FBI uses social networking to track suspects

Nov 26, 2012
Fraudsters beware, the FBI is giving a new meaning to "following" a suspect.
Posted In: Twitter, Facebook, FBI, securities fraud

Nintendo's Wii U, and Facebook's sales tracking tool for e-retailers

Nov 19, 2012
Nintendo's Wii U tries to offer a game changer, and Facebook tries to draw a direct line between advertising and sales for retailers.
Posted In: nintendo, Facebook

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