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Facebook announced its new app for Android called Home. The app is more than just another Facebook App update, however. It’s basically a takeover app that makes your phone into a wholly new device.
It has …
A smartphone owner is likely to log in to his Facebook account through the mobile device rather than via a desktop computer. With this in mind, the social networking giant thought it may be time to design a smartphone specially designed for Facebook.
Facebook is everybody’s friend. Chirpify, an e-commerce platform that allows people to sell, buy and donate via social media sites, can now be added to the growing list of enterprises linked to the social network.
While it’s not difficult to imagine the demise of traditional retail outlets given the convenience of shopping online, the truth is that online shopping still comprises just a small slice of America’s retail sector.
Social media startup Pinterest is competing against the world’s largest social network Facebook for a slice of the lucrative online shopping industry, according to research by software company Adobe.
A Facebook bug has been found recently that lets you create posts on your friends’ walls that can never be deleted.
Are you sure that all the applications you install on Facebook are secured? You better think twice, as some of them can post things to your account without your permission.
Facebook has been recognised for making startup acquisitions, also known as acqui-hires, but the costs it incurs for every deal is usually kept in the closet.
Facebook introduced its email service, @facebook.com, back in November of 2010. Since then, it’s been slow catching on as most users avoided using it in favor of their own email addresses. Now, the social giant …
There was a time when social commerce was the new fad, the way that we might see the future developing.
Sometimes it seems as if Facebook is the market leader in every category. This, however, will not be the case for long when it comes to display advertising.
Facebook profiles have long been problematic for some people – particularly when it comes to applying for jobs.