Facebook is opening up about those personalized ads on news feeds.
Facebook says it will let users log in to apps anonymously, without sharing their identities and personal information with mobile applications they don’t trust.
Twitter shares were at an all-time low in after-hours trading Tuesday after earnings results that indicated active monthly users of the messaging service were not growing as anticipated.
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Facebook will mark 10 years since its creation Tuesday, and despite an estimated 1.2 billion friends and $153 billion market cap there are plenty of folks eager to predict the end for the social giant.
The study by two Princeton University students predicts Facebook will lose 80 percent of its peak user base by the year 2017.
For the first time in more than two years, more Americans visited Yahoo’s websites than Google’s in July, according to data from research firm comScore Inc.
Microsoft is skewering Google again with scathing ads. The latest marketing assault says as much about the dramatic shift in the technology industry’s competitive landscape as they do about the animosity between the two rivals.
Google said it is fielding more legal demands from governments around the world seeking to learn more about the people using its Internet search engine, email and other services.
Would you pay $100 to message Mark Zuckerberg? Facebook says it’s testing some “extreme price points” to let users pay to have their messages seen by people who are not their friends.