Latest Criticism of Facebook Stories

A Closer Look At Facebook’s Numbers
2012-07-28 06:35:14

Facebook released its second quarter earnings this week - the first report since its fumbled IPO in May - and the industry watched as the mixed report of revenues offset by fees relating to the IPO unfolded.

Review: Facebook Recommendation Bar Not Recommended
2012-07-28 06:13:21

Facebook just got a little more savvy Thursday, by launching a new social plug-in that is aimed at sharing news articles.

Facebook "Seen By" For Groups Makes Things A Bit Awkward
2012-07-16 12:19:57

Facebook has pushed out another feature which could make things a little more uncomfortable next time you actually see your friends face-to-face: The ability to see whom has read group posts.

2012-07-13 07:38:04

Facebook has launched new tools that allow members to better communicate their emotions and resolve conflicts.

2012-07-12 09:59:56

A federal judge in San Jose, California, recused herself on Wednesday from overseeing a proposed settlement of a privacy lawsuit against Facebook over the company’s "Sponsored Stories" feature.

2012-07-10 10:39:14

A study of university students is the first evidence to refute the supposed link between depression and the amount of time spent on Facebook and other social-media sites.

2012-07-09 23:03:09

The leading social media marketing company completes its first year of fruitful Facebook marketing, offers Facebook page designing at $500 for a limited period. New

2012-07-08 23:00:34

Facebook page administrators now have a Facebook widget that can be relied upon in terms of generating page likes and members.

2012-07-08 23:00:33

Based on global statistics, creating Facebook groups has gained popularity in online communities.

2012-07-03 21:41:20

There’s an old Dilbert cartoon strip wherein Dogbert attempts to create an always-accurate newspaper that readers only need to buy once.

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