Images posted and shared on the social network are about to get sharper and clearer.
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg is standing his ground on his new ‘real name’ policy on the social network. The controversy with the real name policy began when certain minority groups began protesting, stating that Facebook’s real name policy was discriminatory. Show More Summary
“JustinBiberSatanista” was the top worldwide trend on Twitter on Friday, mainly because fans took to the social network to correct the misspelling. Of far more interest is the the news that Justin Bieber turned heads on Thursday when he climbed a tree while making his way to the Hillsong Conference in Sydney, Australia. Show More Summary
Going out for a few cocktails during this Fourth of July weekend? Whatever you drink may be included on your annual report from BARTRENDr. The social networking application for bar-goers announced that it will offer its users annualShow More Summary
So what does the new Facebook Author Meta Tag do for you and your business? Well, think of it as a way to grow your social media following. It makes it easier for people on the social network to follow you once they decide they like your content. Win-win!
Facebook is no stranger to the Internet – in fact, without the Internet, Facebook would not be what it is. Having said that, the social network company intends to look for different ways and methods to ensure that folks around the world...Show More Summary
How can advertisers complement their traditional television ad campaigns with digital components such as Facebook? The social network commissioned a study by Nielsen on how 15 campaigns for TV shows, movies and console games performed...Show More Summary
The new Connect feature in Apple Music allows fans to engage with artists in a more direct and personal way. But those who aren't interested in the social network can remove it from the iOS 8.4 Music app entirely --?here's how to do...
Apple Music has only just launched, but the music streaming business could be about to get even more crowded: Facebook is apparently in talks with multiple major labels. The Verge's Micah Singleton reports that the social network isShow More Summary
Instagram on Wednesday temporarily yanked an anti-racism post from hip hop artist and longtime activist Talib Kweli because an image seemed to violate the social network's community guidelines Kweli in the past has been extremely vocal...Show More Summary
Facebook's shiny logo isn't all that's new for the social network today: The outfit's also announced how it plans to split video ad revenue with publishers. Like YouTube, Facebook will give content creators 55 percent of ad revenue and keep the rest, according to Fortune. Show More Summary
Does 10 seconds sound like a lot of time? It is when it comes to viewing video ads on Facebook. The Wall Street Journal’s CMO Today blog reported that the social network introduced a new pricing option for advertisers, giving them the...Show More Summary
Facebook will soon start sharing ad revenue with select people and companies that upload their videos to its platform, Re/code's Kurt Wagner reports. This change marks Facebook's continued focus on turning the social network into a video hub and constitutes a "full-on attack against YouTube," according to Wagner. Show More Summary
The court's decision is a big win for the social network, which has been plagued by allegations of privacy violations in Europe. In April, Facebook argued that a Vienna court didn't have the jurisdiction to consider charges brought by Austrian activist Max Schrems, who claimed Facebook was breaking European privacy laws. Show More Summary
Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg offered his take on the social network’s sometimes-controversial real-name policy during a question-and-answer session on his page Tuesday. User Alex Kantrowitz asked Zuckerberg: You made a...Show More Summary
We told you earlier this year that Snapchat was considering changing a major part of how its app works, and today the social network has officially introduced that change: viewing Snaps and Stories now works with a single tap. Previously, part of Snapchat’s signature user experience included holding a finger over a Snap or Story to view it; lifting […]
Michael Fassbender portrays Steve Jobs in the latest biopic of the Apple head, from The Social Network writer Aaron Sorkin and director Danny Boyle "Steve Jobs Trailer: Aaron Sorkin Really Hates Tech Company Pioneers" was originally published on Film School Rejects for our wonderful readers to enjoy. Show More Summary
We got a brief glimpse at Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs film back in May, but today we've finally got a full trailer to watch. Scripted by the inimitable Aaron Sorkin (The Social Network, The West Wing), the biopic stars Michael Fassbender as Jobs, Seth Rogen as Steve Wozniak, and Kate Winslet as Apple's former marketing head Joanna Hoffman. Developing... Comments
A total of 43.36 percent of Facebook pages advertised on the social network in May, according to the latest research from social analytics and reporting firm Locowise. Locowise also found that: Facebook pages saw organic likes growth...Show More Summary
For all of Facebook’s impressive records and achievements, the social network’s logo and wordmark have always remained resolutely basic.