Last month, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sent shockwaves through the social media community when he announced that Facebook was working on way to enable people to respond to content beyond just Likes. Now, Facebook has unveiled that alternative, with Reactions to provide users with a whole new way to register emotional reactions to posts.
Emoji reactions, already a popular Slack feature, are probably the closest Facebook will get to a "dislike" button. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said last month that the social network was working on a "dislike" button of sorts, a feature that its user base has requested for years. Show More Summary
Facebook today said it is prepared to expand the way people interact with posts in the Newsfeed by providing more than just the Like button. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg recently hinted that the company is working on a way to show more emotional responses to posts. Show More Summary
In September, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg made some waves when he hinted Facebook was working on a way to expand its famous Like button — not by adding the much-fabled “dislike” option, but by making it way more empathetic, expressing sadness and other emotions. Today, Facebook is taking the wraps off what form the new Like may take. It is rolling… Read More
“Yeah!” Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said excitedly in response to a big question for his company: is Facebook working on augmented reality? “It’s a bit further out,” he followed up during a talk about virtual reality at the Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit in San Francisco. Facebook’s intentions in virtual reality were already clear after buying… Read More
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says his company is looking into the technology.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg defended the company's push to introduce billions of people to the Internet, saying that achieving universal Web access is one of the "fundamental challenges of our generation."
SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg confirmed the social network has ambitions in augmented reality, not just virtual reality Speaking Wednesday at Vanity Fair's New Establishment Summit, Zuckerberg was asked if the company was working on augmented reality. Show More Summary
I'm sure by now you've heard about Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's announcement that the company is creating a dislike button, or something similar. Sure, I'm curious to know what it's going to look like, whether people will use it and how. Show More Summary
So the German Chancellor has just been caught on microphone talking with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg: German Chancellor Angela Merkel… The post Facebook posts about the migrant crisis should be the least of Angela Merkel’s worries appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's 2015 New Year's resolution was to read an important book every two weeks and discuss it with the Facebook community. Zuckerberg's book club, A Year of Books, has focused on big ideas that influence society and business. Show More Summary
(AP) — Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi called social media a powerful tool for democracy and touted his goals for developing India's tech economy during a "town hall" meeting hosted Sunday by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg at the headquarters...Show More Summary
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has an ambitious plan: connect every single person in the world to the internet. Zuckerberg announced on Saturday while speaking at a United Nations forum that his company would be part of a new campaign that aims to make the internet available to everyone. Show More Summary
The world is not wired — at least, not yet. Governments and businesses must take more responsibility and better address Internet access in areas of poverty, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and U2 singer Bono urged Saturday as the businessman and the entertainer announced their “Connectivity...
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced at the UN Private Sector Forum that he has started a project to bring internet access to refugee camps.
"We want to make it clear that the apps you can use through Internet.org are free, basic services," said Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Facebook's Internet.org program, intended to supply free Internet to people in developing countries, is renaming its app "Free Basics"—and allowing developers greater flexibility in creating apps for the platform. Read Full Story
This post originally appeared on Business Insider. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's Chinese seems to be getting better by the day. In fact, it's getting so good, he spoke entirely in Chinese during his meeting with President Xi Jinping...Show More Summary
Internet.org has faced a backlash in India. Prime Minisister Narendra Modi is scheduled to visit Facebook for a town hall with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Sunday.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's Chinese seems to be getting better by the day. In fact, it's getting so good, he spoke entirely in Chinese during his meeting with President Xi Jinping of China on Wednesday. "Today I met President Xi Jinping of China at the 8th annual US-China Internet Industry Forum in Seattle," Zuckerberg wrote on his Facebook wall. Show More Summary
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