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Facebook trying to limit ‘clickbait’ with News Feed changes

In an evident attempt to improve the quality of News feeds, social network Facebook said in a Monday announcement that it has efforts underway to limit the so called 'clickbait' which shows up on users' News Feeds. The crack down on 'clickbait' will come via a few adjustments which Facebook... read more

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Facebook, biggest social networking site, announced on Thursday that it is buying California-based cyber security startup PrivateCore, in a move to boost defenses of its vast server network.

After the jaw dropping WhatsApp deal and a potentially game-changing Oculus VR acquisition, the... read more

A market research firm comScore has revealed that that 20% of all time spent on mobile devices is spent on Facebook, which is good for customers looking for businesses, products and services. They can also figure out which companies are being used by their friends.

Facebook has realized... read more

Google, Facebook Begin Paying to Make Stops at San Francisco Bus Stations

Google, Facebook and other Silicon Valley companies have started paying to make stops at San Francisco bus stations. The decision might have come after protests were lodged whereby these companies were blamed for gentrification.

For past many years, private buses take tech workers from... read more

Facebook suffers brief outage; panicked users even called 911 for help

Popular social network Facebook witnessed a brief outage on Friday; with complaints and comments about the outage inundating the Twitter website.

The Facebook outage affected some of the passionate users of the social network to such an extent that they literally called up 911 for help.... read more

Facebook Offers Free Internet Access in Zambia

The most popular social network Facebook has started working on social causes. In a move to provide internet access to countries in Africa, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has started with Internet.org initiative. The Internet.org App will offer free internet access to few websites.

People... read more

Facebook will now be a Sales Platform: Report

Social Network Facebook has decided not to send notification about digital gifts from August 12. The company has decided to be a sales platform rather selling its own gifts.

According to the Facebook officials, none of the member working on the gift project will be affected as they have... read more

Facebook to Cut Messaging from Main Mobile App to Encourage its Messenger Use

In a bid to encourage Facebook users to download and use its long available Messenger app for iOS and Android, the social networking giant is planning to do away with messaging from within the Facebook app.

On Monday technology website TechCrunch was informed that "over the next few days... read more

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is one of the richest men in the world

On Wednesday, popular social network Facebook reported strong 2014 second-quarter results in earnings; making the company's CEO Mark Zuckerberg one of the richest men in the world.

With Facebook having reported a 61 percent growth in revenue in the April-June quarter, 30-year-old... read more

EU antitrust officials questioning Facebook's rivals about WhatsApp acquisition

According to a Wall Street Journal (WSJ) report, antitrust officials at the European Union (EU) are looking into the Facebook social network's $19 billion acquisition of WhatsApp messaging service.

As per the report, the EU antitrust officials are seeking the views of Facebook's rivals,... read more

North Carolina mom opposes Facebook's censoring of her daughter’s "bum photo"

CBS Charlotte affiliate WBTV, a North Carolina mother and professional photographer Jill White is opposing social network Facebook's temporary ban of her two-year-old daughter's "bum photo."

According to the information shared by White with the news station, the in-question photo of her... read more

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