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Facebook Giving Away Educational Software To Schools

11 minutes agoTechnology / Gadgets : Ubergizmo

We all know Facebook has primarily being a social network. However it seems that the company has other interests as well, and recently it was discovered that together with Summit Public Schools, Facebook has developed an educational software called the Personalized Learning Plan. Show More Summary

Facebook Testing New, Immersive Mobile Ad Format

Facebook has started testing a new type of mobile ad format called 'immersive experience' ads. Appearing like normal News Feed ads, when clicked, the ads open up to provide a branded app-like experience.

Facebook now lets you measure multiple ad campaigns to see which is most effective

Facebook is giving its advertisers a better way to understand which campaigns are the most effective to help meet their goals. The social networking company is making updates to its Conversion Lift measurement tool enabling multiple Facebook Ads to be assessed against each other. But that’s not all, as advertisers can commission conversion lift studies to […]

Is America Ready for Climate Change Refugees?

Right after the government of Iceland announced to accept only 50 refugees in 2015, more than 10,000 Icelanders offered on Facebook to take them in their own houses this week. If Iceland would have as many inhabitants as the U.S. the number would be more than 1 million. The number of refugees coming to Europe this year is the highest on record. Show More Summary

Top 10 highest paying freelance gigs

What are the best paying freelance jobs you can work from home with your cats and pajamas? You might be surprised. Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at The American Genius

A historical look at how the definition of the word “happy” has changed

Fascinating! The word "happy" has shifted in America over time, but our quest for it has never ended. Let us discuss our past, present, and future happiness. Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at The American Genius

Facebook's next step: Help advertisers do their jobs better

The world's largest social network is expanding the tools it offers to help advertisers understand how well their ads work, so users are less frustrated by them.

Obama left a moving comment on a 'Humans of New York' photo from Iran

A recent photograph of an Iranian father and his young son posted to the popular "Humans of New York" Facebook page caught the attention of US President Barack Obama.  And on Thursday, Obama — who is presiding over the biggest thaw in US-Iranian relations in decades — left a comment on the post, saying it "really resonated" with him. Show More Summary

Netizen Report: Egypt Tests New Terror Law on Facebook Users

The Netizen Report offers an international snapshot of challenges, victories, and emerging trends in Internet rights around the world. It originally appears each week on Global Voices Advocacy. Ellery Roberts Biddle, Arzu Geybullayeva,...Show More Summary

Baby Is Immersed In Existential Chat Because, Seriously, What Does It All Mean?!

But dude... what is life, though? ?-- Probably this baby.  A crazy cute video shared on Facebook features "Brain Games" host Jason Silva getting existential, chatting about the "miracle of life," with an adorable baby girl. The tot looks like she's taking it aaaaall in. Show More Summary

Why Twitter must blow by 140

Mathew Ingram has a post where he looks at the pros and cons of Twitter getting rid of the 140-character limit. I don't think there are any cons, they have to do it. Here's why. Facebook is right. People don't click on links. It's not just true of mobile readers, it's true of all readers, everywhere all the time. Show More Summary

Facebook Makes It Easier To Optimize Ad Campaigns Based On Conversions

Facebook is unveiling an improved version of its Conversion Lift measurement tool, which first launched in January. Here’s the gist of what’s changing. Previously, Facebook allowed you to measure whether your ad campaign was actually improving online and offline sales. Now, you can also test different ads to find the best approach. “When we’ve gotten feedback on the… Read More

Facebook is building free educational software

Facebook is the latest tech company to enter the national debate over how best to educate children.        

Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on The Moon [Comic]

[Source: Pie Comic | Like “Pie Comic” on Facebook] The post Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on The Moon [Comic] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.

Facebook's growth may be slowing, but Americans are still obsessed with it (FB)

Facebook's usage growth may have plateaued over the past 3 years, but Americans still appear to be huge fans of the world's largest social media site. According to stats from the Pew Research Center, charted for us by Statista, Facebook is the runaway leader in user engagement among all social media sites in the US. Show More Summary

Direct Response: How Tech Is Aiding The European Refugee Crisis

Facebook and Amazon users are helping migrants get everything from clean underwear to a place to live. The European refugee crisis is reaching a fever pitch this week, with train stations flooded by migrants from the Middle East, Africa, and Central Asia. Show More Summary

Facebook Looks To Tackle Personalized Learning In The Classroom

Facebook is working to give public school students an education that’s more tailored to their needs. In a blog post today from Facebook’s Chief Product Officer Chris Cox, the company announced that over the past school year it has partnered with Summit Public Schools, an innovative school system in the Bay Area to improve and test their new learning technologies. Read More

Facebook in partnership with Summit charter schools to build education software

Facebook is the latest tech company to enter the national debate over how best to educate children.        

Supporting Iran Deal Worldwide

On August 15, thousands of volunteers gathered in 100 cities in five continents across the world to show support for the nuclear deal with Iran. We had created a grassroots campaign on Facebook called #SupportIranDeal. Hundreds of volunteers...Show More Summary

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