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Facebook to improve 'ad preference' management & thwart adblockers
Facebook announced overnight that it will give users more freedom to control their advertising experience & take power away from desktop ad blockers.
Facebook wooing SMBs with new shop and services sections
Social media giant Facebook is continuing its efforts to get inside small businesses with the roll out of two new sections on its Pages feature.
Sharing is caring with Google + Facebook's open rack standard
Google and Facebook have just announced they’ll share a proposed new Open Rack Standard with 48-volt power architecture.
Could Verizon be gunning for both Google and Facebook?
The US$4.8bn acquisition of Yahoo’s operating business by AOL’s owner Verizon sees two of the original “new media” giants of the 1990s joining forces.
Facebook celebrates with birthday videos and quarterly results
The social networking site claims that more than 100 million birthday posts are made every day.
Are Kiwis addicted to Facebook? New research says yes
New research from Colmar Brunton reveals some interesting facts about the Facebook habits of New Zealanders.
Aquilas first flight: A big milestone toward connecting billions of people
Internet access can offer life-changing opportunities and experiences to all of us, but there are still 4 billion people without it.
Facebook Messenger finally hits the one billion user mark
"One billion people are sharing their dreams, their goals for the future, making lunch dates and sending really really funny GIFs."
Facebook CIO says Microsoft "got cool again"
Timothy Campos recently declared at the WPC that Microsoft has got its mojo back.
Microsoft WPC: Facebook jumps on Office 365 bandwagon
“To enable our productivity, IT at Facebook provides our people with the best tools available."
Shhhh Facebook messenger has a secret
"We’ve heard from you that there are times when you want additional safeguards — perhaps when discussing private information."
10,000 Facebook users attacked by malware trojan last month
Kaspersky Lab recently reported its discovery of a malware attack that affected approximately 10,000 Facebook users between June 24th to June 27th.
New Chrome extensions for Facebook
You can now save and share things from the web to Facebook with the click of a button.
Instagram - the history of half a billion
Launched in October 2010 as a free mobile app, Instagram became an immediate success and within two months there were already 1 million global users.
New Slideshow feature for Facebook photos
"This new feature will let you stitch together those special photos into a format that captures the spirit of an event."
Mark Zuckerberg masks his webcam - should you?
Both the webcam and dual microphone on his laptop are covered by tape, this shows the tech-savvy Facebook boss is worried about being spied on.
Apple, Google, and Facebook stake claims for bigger piece of communications services pie
Apple, Google and Facebook are all vying to strengthen their communications capabilities through messaging apps and integration.
Facebook introduces 360 photos
This medium enables new opportunities for creativity, and we’re excited to see what kinds of 360 photos get shared on Facebook.
Techday reaching hundreds of thousands every month via social media
Social media is an increasingly disruptive force on the media landscape - Techday has embraced it and now has a substantial following.
Why the acquisition of LinkedIn annoys LinkedIn users
Your data is for sale. It's something we've all known for a while now but $26.2 billion later the conversation has been reignited.
Facebook emojis might soon help you find your next travel destination
It might just be possible to use Facebook Messenger, emoji searches weather and currency exchange search requests to help you book your next flight.
Facebook Messenger hack exposed: Expert insights and advice
A recently discovered vulnerability in Facebook Messenger could have had monumental consequences - here is some advice for protecting yourself.
Hitting emails and Facebook: Ray-Ban scam is back
"We would like to advise users to be extra careful and pay attention when dealing with offers promising high discounts or cheap branded goods."
Everything you need to know about THAT rape case
Social media has done it again. Brought to attention a piece of news that has started a wildfire about one of society’s biggest issues: Rape.