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Facebook’s Instagram to begin showing ads

Marking the first effort to make money from Instragram, Facebook Inc. is reportedly working on showing ads on its largest acquisition yet. According to a blogpost by the social media giant, Ads will start to appear on the mobile application in the next couple of months in the U.S. Instagram will deliver a “small number”… Read More »

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Facebook losing younger users to other networks

Facebook Inc. for the first time on Wednesday acknowledged it may have a challenge in holding the attention of young people. Chief Financial Officer David Ebersman said during the company’s third-quarter earnings call that Facebook had seen a decrease in daily usage among younger teens. “We did see a decrease in daily users, specifically among… Read More »

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Facebook expands Graph Search to include posts and status updates

In a move to improve search popularity on Facebook, , Facebook has expanded its Graph Search to include posts and status updates. Starting Monday, the engine will enable people to search for status updates, photo captions, check-ins, and comments on Facebook.com. Previously, Graph Search has only allowed users to query around people, places, photos, and… Read More »

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Facebook tests LinkedIn-style ‘professional skills’ section

According to reports, Facebook is currently testing a new ‘professional skills’ tab on its work section. Dubbed “Professional Skills”, the new tab will allow users to list out their professional skill sets just like LinkedIn does. The professional skills will be added to the work and education section of users’ timeline in a move that… Read More »

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Indian engineer gets $12,500 bounty for finding a Facebook bug that let anyone delete pictures

Recently, Facebook revealed that it paid over $1 million through its WhiteHat Bug Reporting Program whereby users are compensated for reporting any vulnerability that could be exploited on the social media site. This is how Arul Kumar, an Indian electronics and communications engineer won a $12,500 bounty when he found and reported a critical vulnerability… Read More »

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Facebook considers adding profile photos to facial recognition

Facebook Inc is considering incorporating most of its 1 billion-plus members’ profile photos into its growing facial recognition database, expanding the scope of the social network’s controversial technology. The possible move, which Facebook revealed in an update to its data use policy on Thursday, is intended to improve the performance of its “Tag Suggest” feature…. Read More »

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Facebook App for Windows Phone 7.8 Devices Updated To v5!

Microsoft has updated their Facebook app for Windows Phone 7.8 devices to v5 with new UI, improved performance and more. If you were already part of beta program, there is nothing new for you! Microsoft was testing this version of this app in beta for the past few weeks. The app is now available for Windows Phone… Read More »

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Facebook to pay 614,000 users $15 each over privacy concerns

After more than two years of deliberation, a U.S. federal judge in California has granted final approval for Facebook’s $20 million settlement of a lawsuit over its “Sponsored Story” advertisements, reports Reuters. The suit, filed by five plaintiffs in April 2011, asserted that Facebook improperly used photos and names of people in Sponsored Story ads,… Read More »

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