Chamath Palihapitiya, founder of The Social+ Capital Partnership and a former Facebook employee, believes there are 10 core values that make an employee worth hiring. Palihapitiya shared these attributes in an email exchange with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg back in 2009, he revealed in a new post on Medium. Show More Summary
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One little nugget that almost got lost in our longer interview with Facebook’s former “data god” and Cloudera co-founder Jeff Hammerbacher was about his early days coding at Harvard with Mark Zuckerberg. Back in those days he says he knew Zuckerberg’s code better than he actually knew him as a person. Show More Summary
Facebook's F8 event this week was self-indulgent. There were lots of announcements that looked good at first blush but actually have a lot of important details still missing or to be determined. On the one hand, Mark Zuckerberg's day-one...Show More Summary
Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg placed No. 25 on the new World’s 50 Greatest Leaders for 2015 list from Fortune. Fortune wrote in its mini-profile of Zuckerberg: \"Everyone knows Mark Zuckerberg started Facebook when he was...Show More Summary
Social media giants Facebook have successfully tested a laser drone that’s been circling over the UK, a report from the Guardian can confirm. CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, has said that the drones beam internet access to more rural or disconnected areas of the country that don’t yet have access to the internet. Show More Summary
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spoke about “Facebook's family of apps” backed by a stable and secure infrastructure, then launched a new app development platform called the “Messenger Platform” at Facebook's F8 developer conference this week in San Francisco.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg revealed Thursday that the social media giant has successfully tested unmanned aircraft that it intends to use to bring Internet connectivity to remote communities. The company’s project, run in conjunction with Internet.org, aims to bring into operation...
Facebook has successfully tested one of its solar-powered, Internet-delivering drones in the United Kingdom, according to a blog post from Mark Zuckerberg. The drones are said to have the same wingspan as a commercial airplane, but are only expected to weigh about as much as a small car. Show More Summary
Mark Zuckerberg is throwing things at the wall and seeing what sticks.
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Mark Zuckerberg's plans to use unmanned drones to provide internet connections appears one step closer to reality. The Facebook CEO today revealed that his Internet.org initiative has put the aircraft to the test for the first time, describing the operation as a success... Show More Summary
Facebook (FB) shares today rose 9 cents to close at $83.01 as the Street contemplated the various enhancements and partnerships for its “Messenger” program announced yesterday by CEO Mark Zuckerberg at the company’s “F8? developer conference in San Francisco yesterday. Show More Summary
A big part of Mark Zuckerberg's keynote address at Wednesday's F8 conference is that you'll soon be able to interact with businesses via Facebook Messenger, placing orders and getting updates on them all in the same place. In a session later that day, Facebook explained how — and why — you might actually want to. Show More Summary
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is using his social media site to connect with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R). Christie, a potential 2016 presidential candidate, shared a video of a recent town hall meeting on his public Facebook page Wednesday and Zuckerberg "liked" the post. Show More Summary
Image: Mark Zuckerberg/Facebook More details have been revealed about Facebooks ambitious Internet.org plan to hook up the entire world with the internet. CEO Mark Zuckerberg posted a picture on Facebook of its drone that will hover in high in the sky above remote areas and beam down the internet. Show More Summary
Facebook works with Internet.org to bring internet access to remote places and today announced that it’s building drones, satellites and lasers in Facebook’s Connectivity Lab to achieve that goal. Mark Zuckerberg announced the news on...Show More Summary
At the first day of Facebook’s f8 conference, a haven for developers, Mark Zuckerberg introduced something that could be the future of News Feed: spherical videos. Zuckerberg, in his keynote address, discussed these 360-degree videos that will be coming to News Feeds soon: You can move around in it and you can change your viewing angle. Show More Summary
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At F8, a two-day Facebook developers’ conference in San Francisco which started yesterday March 25, chief executive and co-founder Mark Zuckerberg revealed the newest upgrade to the social media’s platform – spherical videos. These videos give users an interactive experience to watching videos by allow them to view it from different vantage points. Show More Summary