In this week’s top stories: Rumored iPhone 7 pricing and the latest leaks, new iOS 10 details, Thunderbolt Display gets discontinued, Mark Zuckerberg’s MacBook security advice and much more. more… Filed under: Apple
President Barack Obama joined Mark Zuckerberg and other entrepreneurs from around the world for a panel presentation on Friday at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Silicon Valley to discuss how technology can empower small businesses SEE...Show More Summary
President Barack Obama and Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg talk about the importance of entrepreneurs at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit.
In this episode of MashTalk, Pete, Christina and Lance discuss Mark Zuckerberg's paranoia (1:00) — he might not be THAT paranoid — before diving into how Siri works on macOS Sierra (9:05) and how it compares to Cortana (10:00). We then...Show More Summary
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THE SHAREHOLDERS ARE REVOLTING: Peter Thiel Got More Facebook Shareholder Votes Than Mark Zuckerberg.
A recent photo posted by Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has sparked conversations about computer safety. Zuckerberg announced with a photo that Instagram, which is owned by Facebook, had reached 500 million monthly users, but reports quickly sprang up noting that Zuckerberg’s laptop, which is in the shot, has pieces of tape over his... Show More Summary
Webcam security was thrust into the spotlight this week when a photo of Mark Zuckerberg appeared to show the camera and microphone on his MacBook covered with tape. The photo, which was posted on Facebook to celebrate Instagram hitting 500 million followers, sparked plenty of interest. Show More Summary
In 2012, Frank Gehry and Mark Zuckerberg posed for a series of photos hat sealed their intertwined fates: Gehry, arguably the world’s most famous architect , would design a new campus for Zuckerberg, arguably the world’s most powerful not-lizard person . Show More Summary
The use of Periscope to document the House sit-in has captured the hearts and minds of internetgoers, who proclaim the live-streaming app a necessity for liberty. Mark Zuckerberg would like to point out, though, that some people are using Facebook Live, too. Read More
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is heading to the West Coast for a three-day trip that includes face time with Facebook's billionaire CEO Mark Zuckerberg and raising campaign cash for Democratic candidates. Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes says promoting entrepreneurship fosters collaboration around the world.
Katie Rogers, in a piece for the NYT headlined “Mark Zuckerberg Covers His Laptop Camera. You Should Consider It, Too.”: On Tuesday, observers were reminded that Mr. Zuckerberg, 32, is not just a normal guy who enjoys running and quiet dinners with friends. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama has a Very Silicon Valley Friday planned. [ more › ]
Mark Zuckerberg tapes the webcam on his MacBook. That might seem odd, but it's more common than you think.
It was meant solely to be a celebratory post by Mark Zuckerberg about Instagram reaching the milestone of 500 million users. But as CNET reports, the Internet was far more interested in what Zuckerberg revealed inadvertently: His laptop is in the background, and it shows that Zuckerberg puts a piece...
President Obama will travel to the Bay Area for a summit meeting on Thursday, before speaking with Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook and heading to Seattle.
Also, what Mark Zuckerberg does with his webcam, and lots and lots of Corgis. [ more › ]
Since buying the virtual reality company Oculus, maker of the Oculus Rift, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has made it very clear that the acquisition wasn't simply an experiment, but an investment in the company's future. On Wednesday, Facebook doubled down on that sentiment by enhancing one of its central features. Show More Summary