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How Facebook plans to takeover the developing world

Jul 26, 2013
Facebook wants to be the Internet portal for mobile users. Those users won't likely have smartphones -- instead flip phones and text messages will connect them to the web.
Posted In: Facebook, developing countries, mobile, mobile apps

In your face, Wall Street!

Jul 25, 2013
Facebook says that mobile advertising now makes up more than 40 percent of the firm's ad revenue. But will users be turned off?
Posted In: Facebook, mobile, smartphones

Facebook cheers mobile success

Jul 25, 2013
Facebook's latest business results have the company and investors in high spirits today. Sales rose significantly and the mobile advertising efforts seem to be working.
Posted In: Facebook, mobile, stock, social media

ESPN tries to kill the trolls: Facebook comments only

Jul 17, 2013
After more than five years of anonymous comments, ESPN.com now requires your Facebook account if you have something to say.
Posted In: Sports, Facebook, comments, Web Culture, espn

Screening out job candidates with Facebook? Don't

Jul 3, 2013
A new study says Facebook behavior isn't a good indicator of prospective employee performance.
Posted In: Facebook, Jobs, career, job interview, social media

If at first you don't succeed, try Bitcoin

Jul 2, 2013
The Winklevoss twins of Facebook fame are pitching an investment fund for Bitcoin.
Posted In: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Winklevoss, bitcoin

Facebook to remove ads from offensive pages

Jul 1, 2013
If you go to Facebook today, you’ll find more content with no ads next to it. Why? It’s deemed controversial by the site, and advertisers don’t want any part of it.
Posted In: Facebook, advertising, social media

Is this search link an ad?

Jun 26, 2013
The FTC has told two dozen Internet search engines to make sure online consumers can tell the difference between advertising and the 'natural' results of an Internet search.
Posted In: search results, Google, Facebook, bing, ads

In online video competition, Facebook offers an extra 9 seconds

Jun 21, 2013
Vine, on Twitter, lets you make a six-second video. Instagram, on Facebook, up to 15 seconds. What's nine more seconds worth?
Posted In: instagram, Vine, Facebook

At Instagram video launch, Zuckerberg doesn't make the pitch

Jun 21, 2013
Facebook is adding videos to its photo-sharing app Instagram. It's the company's answer to Twitter's Vine app.
Posted In: instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Vine, Mark Zuckerberg

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