Latest Criticism of Facebook Stories
Facebook is reminding us yet again that they’re serious about their mobile strategy. On Thursday, the social networking giant released yet another app into the iOS-sphere called Facebook Camera.
Software giant Microsoft is quietly stepping into the social network game with its official launch of “So.cl” social search site, though the company states it isn’t designed to compete with the likes of Facebook or Google+.
So, we all had a great day on Friday talking about Facebook only slightly more than we already do, and what did we learn?
On what should have been Facebook’s biggest and brightest day, the company’s initial public offering on Friday was overshadowed by an unprecedented $15 billion class action lawsuit filed against the social network for violating its members’ privacy.
There’s been a lot happening in the world of Facebook lately. In the days leading up to what is expected to be the largest IPO of any internet company, Facebook is covering some tracks and tightening up a few of their offerings.
Facebook Inc. CEO Mark Zuckerberg kicked off a cross-country roadshow at New York City's Sheraton Hotel on Monday, pitching the company’s stock to some 500 prospective investors for an initial public offering expected sometime next week.
It’s easy to see how people can be addicted to social media sites like Facebook. They are incredibly easy-to-use pipelines into the lives of others. Staying connected to Facebook can feel just like being connected to actual people.
Facebook, on the verge of going public, has set its share prices at $28 to $35, a share price that would set the social network’s valuation at close to $87 billion.
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