Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s goal of connecting the world just hit a serious setback in India.
Facebook failed Monday in its attempt to provide millions in India with a free but limited mobile Internet service called "Free Basics," the Washington Post reports. After nearly a year of debate between Mark Zuckerberg, Internet activists, and software developers, India's telecom regulator ruled that no data service provider can...
On Monday, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India blocked Facebook's ability to offer its Free Basics Internet connectivity in the county. The decision followed heated debate in India about whether Free Basics is incongruous withShow More Summary
Mark Zuckerberg, while delivering the Chinese New Year wishes, in a video post on Saturday, made a special announcement about his daughter. Mark said, “Happy New Year! Priscilla and I are very excited to celebrate our first Lunar New Year with Max,” The video shows Mark and Priscilla, with daughter Max, sitting between them. Show More Summary
On Monday, Indian regulators ruled to ban Facebook's Free Basics Internet service—but Zuckerberg says that won't keep Facebook out of India. On Monday afternoon, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg responded to the decision by Indian regulators...Show More Summary
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has responded to the news that India's telecom regulator has banned the company's Free Basics program. Free Basics, which began as part of Facebook's Internet.org project, allowed subscribers to RelianceShow More Summary
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says that the company is still "committed" to "working to break down barriers to connectivity" in India, even though the country just effectively blocked part of its plan to provide free internet access to...Show More Summary
The service championed by chief executive Mark Zuckerberg gave people free but limited access to the Internet on mobile devices.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg showed off his polished language skills Monday in a video wishing the world a happy Lunar New Year.
Facebook might be blocked in China, but Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg hasn’t given up on trying to warm relations between the world’s most populous country and the world’s biggest social network.Zuckerberg, 31, posted a video to Facebook on Sunday in which, speaking in Mandarin, he wished everyone...
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg took the opportunity to speak in Mandarin with his wife Priscilla Chan on Monday as they wished the world a happy Lunar New Year and revealed their daughter’s Chinese name. In a video post Saturday, the couple said this Lunar New Year was especially meaningful because they selected Max’s Chinese name. Show More Summary
Dragons in London, Monkey Kings in New York, it appears that more people outside of China than just Mark Zuckerberg and David Cameron like to celebrate Chinese New Year. [ more › ]
Facebook chief executive and founder Mark Zuckerberg (C) speaks during a 'town-hall' meeting at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in New Delhi on October 28, 2015 (Image: Money Sharma/AFP/Getty Images) India’s telecom regulator Telecom Authority of India (TRAI) has banned differential pricing in the country, thus ending zero-rated and free [...]
Mark Zuckerberg showed off his Mandarin Chinese skills in a video on his Facebook page Saturday to celebrate the upcoming Lunar New Year. Facebook's CEO, who has been studying Mandarin for several years and has made several visits to China, wishes viewers "health and prosperity" in the Year of the Monkey. Show More Summary
Most who have followed the career of Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg have seen his impressive Mandarin Chinese language skills on display. But he so rarely trots those skills out that it's a treat to see the tech leader — who began...Show More Summary
Mark Zuckerberg, wife Priscilla Chan and daughter Max wish viewers Happy Lunar New Year.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is a man of many talents. A new video titled “Happy New Year!” on Facebook, posted by Mark Zuckerberg on Saturday, February 6, at approximately 8 p.m. ET, has swelled to more than 18,660,924 views. The seemingly flawless way that Mark speaks Mandarin for the “Year of the Monkey” was apparently... Show More Summary
For Mark Zuckerberg, a product isn't a real business until it has a billion users. "This may sound a little ridiculous to say, but for us, products don't really get that interesting to turn into businesses until they have about 1 billion...Show More Summary
Mark Zuckerberg showed off his Chinese skills in an adorable video with his wife Priscilla and daughter Max on Saturday (February 6). The 31-year-old Facebook co-founder wished viewers a happy Lunar New Year and announced the he and Priscilla had chosen Max’s Chinese name, Chen Mingyu. “Happy Lunar New Year from Priscilla, Max and me!” [...]
Facebook turned 12 this week, and while many are speculating what the Facebook of the future will look like, an interesting piece of its past has recently resurfaced. In June 2004, four months after "TheFacebook.com" launched, Harvard's...Show More Summary