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Facebook’s First Global Report on Government Data Requests

Facebook’s First Global Report on Government Data Requests

Facebook has published its first Global Government Requests Report, as the social networking behemoth looks to convince the world that “transparency and trust a... »

How Facebook Fixed the Biggest Design Flaw in Graph Search

How Facebook Fixed the Biggest Design Flaw in Graph Search

Facebook’s graph search, which as of today is active for all U.S. English users, does a lot of amazing things. It can show users “friends of friends who work at... »

Facebook Hires First CMO After Landing ex-Motorola Marketing Chief

Facebook Hires First CMO After Landing ex-Motorola Marketing Chief

Facebook has appointed its first-ever Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) after luring Motorola’s recent head of marketing Gary Briggs to its Menlo Park headquarters.... »

6 Best Things Companies Do on Facebook Today

6 Best Things Companies Do on Facebook Today

Last week, I wrote about the worst things companies are doing on Facebook today. I showcased five companies that really just don’t understand how to use t... »

5 Worst Things Companies Do on Facebook Today

5 Worst Things Companies Do on Facebook Today

When you’re using a Facebook page to build your brand, be sure not to make any of these egregious mistakes. Have you ever seen the Condescending Corporate... »

Never Mind Zynga: Facebook Claims its Last Three Months of Game Revenue Are a Record

Never Mind Zynga: Facebook Claims its Last Three Months of Game Revenue Are a Record

Facebook has revealed a snapshot of the amount of activity games receive on its platform. While it has 250 million people playing games on Facebook monthly, the... »

Stick This in Your Pipe and Share It

Stick This in Your Pipe and Share It

Pipe, a new file transfer app for Facebook has just launched and is looking to make the way files can be shared on the social networking service much easier. Th... »

Facebook launches Verified Pages and Profiles, mimicking Twitter’s verification system to guarantee authenticity

Facebook launches Verified Pages and Profiles, mimicking Twitter’s verification system to guarantee authenticity

Facebook today announced the launch of verified Pages and profiles. Verified accounts belong to a small group of prominent public figures (celebrities, journali... »

Facebook’s Stock Has Lost 31% of its Value Since It Went Public One Year Ago

Facebook’s Stock Has Lost 31% of its Value Since It Went Public One Year Ago

On May 18th, 2012, Facebook went public at a per-share price of $38. The company experienced a brief gain, spiking into the 40s, but ended its first day of trad... »

Meet Buck: Facebook’s Secret Weapon for Building Android Apps

Meet Buck: Facebook’s Secret Weapon for Building Android Apps

Facebook is becoming a mobile company — or rather a “mobile best” one if you believe founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg. It’s no secret that the company has had it... »

How Facebook Helped Screw Up P&G’s Ad Budget

How Facebook Helped Screw Up P&G’s Ad Budget

A year ago, Procter & Gamble CEO Bob McDonald told Wall Street that a key part of his cost-savings program would include cutting 5,700 jobs and using more s... »

Microsoft debuts Facebook Beta Program for Windows Phone

Microsoft debuts Facebook Beta Program for Windows Phone

  Microsoft on Tuesday announced the Facebook for Windows Phone Beta app program. If you’re willing to help the company test the latest and greatest Facebo... »

Facebook Opens The Door To Dislikes, with Emoticons

Facebook Opens The Door To Dislikes, with Emoticons

  Facebook is unparalleled for sharing photos of our vacation or a child’s first steps. All of the best moments of our lives look amazing on the Timeline. ... »

Facebook Details Home Privacy

Facebook Details Home Privacy

  Following yesterday’s announcement of ”Home,” Facebook’s new Android launcher, the company has come forward to address the privacy concerns of its users ... »

Hands on with the HTC First and Facebook’s Home Launcher for Android

Hands on with the HTC First and Facebook’s Home Launcher for Android

  Today at Facebook’s Menlo Park campus, TNW spent time with both the HTC First, a device that comes pre-loaded with Facebook’s new Home launcher, and a va... »

The World Doesn’t Need a Facebook Android OS, but it could be Zuckerberg’s ultimate mobile testing lab

The World Doesn’t Need a Facebook Android OS, but it could be Zuckerberg’s ultimate mobile testing lab

  Facebook’s invitation for press to attend the unveiling of its “new home on Android” quickly led to apparently well-sourced reports from9to5Google, TechC... »

What Does the Future of Facebook Look Like?

What Does the Future of Facebook Look Like?

  Facebook, despite any criticisms, is still the social network - but its engagement problem is no secret. We’ll cut to the chase: Facebook needs to provid... »

According to Overly Obvious Study, we are Addicted to the facebook mobile app

According to Overly Obvious Study, we are Addicted to the facebook mobile app

  Enhancing the Facebook experience across all mobile device types has become a major focus for a while now, and despite the platform’s past lackluster eff... »

Facebook gets green light to build Gehry-designed campus extension

Facebook gets green light to build Gehry-designed campus extension

  Facebook has been given the go ahead to start building its swish new Menlo Park campus extension. The city’s mayor, Peter Ohtaki, gave the social network... »

Facebook’s Hacker Cup Competition

Facebook’s Hacker Cup Competition

  This past weekend, Facebook held its third annual Hacker Cup championship in its Menlo Park headquarters. The winner of the top prize of $10,000 was Petr... »

New Netflix Facebook App Lets Users Share Viewing History

New Netflix Facebook App Lets Users Share Viewing History

  The video streaming service on Tuesday launched its first Facebook app. Users who choose to link their Netflix and Facebook accounts can share with their... »