Facebook Bringing Profile Photos To Life With Mini VideosFacebook is joining the GIF race by giving its billion daily users a new way to shape their online identities.
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Indian Prime Minister Touts Power Of Social Media In Visit To Facebook In Menlo ParkIndian Prime Minister Narendra Modi touted the power of social media at a "town hall" meeting Sunday with Mark Zuckerberg at Facebook headquarters in Silicon Valley.
Brief Facebook Outage Shuts Down Millions Of Users Around The WorldA Facebook outage Thursday morning shut down millions of users around the world.
Facebook Working On 'Dislike' ButtonA longtime request of many Facebook users is finally in the works: a thumbs down "dislike" button.
Stanford, UC Berkeley Grads Most Likely To Work For FacebookThe social media site has no shortage of talented people vying for spots on the payroll, but it seems attending one of its feeder schools may hedge your bets.
San Francisco Employment Reaches Record Highs In JulyA resurgent tech sector saw San Francisco gain 6,000 new jobs in the month of July, bringing the City by the Bay's number of employed people to record highs.
Dorsey Trending As Likely Pick To Be Twitter's Future CEOThe spotlight is on Twitter's board meeting, with investors hoping the company is getting closer to naming a permanent CEO, three months after Dick Costolo stepped down.
Video Shows Oakland Police Officer Spitting At Person Recording HimThe Oakland Police Department is investigating one of its officers after a video posted to Facebook over the weekend shows him spitting at the person recording him.
Facebook Milestone: 1 Billion People Used Social Network In One DayDespite the adoption by younger demographics of other social media networks, Facebook usage is showing no sign of tapering off in 2015,
Facebook, Google, Apple All See Big Jumps From Tuesday Stock ReboundChina is once again the prime reason for the action. The People's Bank of China finally did the expected and cut interest rates in Beijing's latest move to try and put the brakes on its own market meltdown.
‘Spam King’ Pleads Guilty To Sending 27 Million Messages To Facebook UsersU.S. Attorney Melinda Haag said Monday that 47-year-old Sanford Wallace of Las Vegas admitted in federal court in San Jose to accessing about 500,000 Facebook accounts and sending the spam messages in a span of three months.