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MomentCam, with 200M downloads, wins Facebook’s first Fb Start mobile app contest

It will get $50,000 in cash and $25,000 in Facebook Ad Credit. Regional winners get $5,000 in cash and $5,000 in ad credits.

Here’s How A Payments Feature Could Impact Facebook’s Business

We believe the revenue impact from transaction fees on payments could be limited in the long term. This is because payments are generally free on apps including Venmo, with a small fee attached to transactions through credit cards and non-major debit cards. Show More Summary

Some Waves Are Way Too Big For Me To Sail, Too.

Another day, another wave that I would need to pass on. Robby Naish posted this picture on Facebook a few days ago (photographer credit is Tracy Leboe). In his post Robby said "It was not a huge day, but the...

“Pay Off Your Credit Card Debt By Ratting on Software Pirates”

The Business Software Alliance, a trade group representing Adobe, Apple and Microsoft, continues to lure Facebook users with piles of cash. Do you want to pay off your credit card loans? No problem. Just report a business that uses pirated software and the money will roll in, if you're lucky. Show More Summary

This Week In Credit Card News: A Mobile Wallet Paying Interest, Sending Cash On Facebook App?

Facebook to Let Messenger Users Send Cash to Friends Facebook is giving the more than 500 million users of its Messenger app the ability to send money to each other, becoming the latest mobile platform to incorporate a payments service. The feature will become available to U.S. users in the coming months. The service will […]

Virtual reality is going to grow like crazy over the next five years

Virtual reality is just getting started. A bunch of companies, including HTC, Samsung, and Sony have shown off headsets that immerse you in a virtual world, and Facebook's Oculus — credited with kickstarting the latest craze — has been selling a version to developers for some time now. Show More Summary

Facebook Faces Class Action Over Kids’ Purchases of Facebook Credits

Facebook Credits became a thing of the past in September 2013, but the social network must still face a class-action lawsuit related to kids’ ability to purchase them. Reuters reported that U.S. District Judge Beth Labson Freeman in San Jose, Calif., ruled that the plaintiffs in I.B. Show More Summary

Facebook Inc (FB) Will Face a Class Action Lawsuit Over the Use of Credit Card by Minors

Federal judge states that Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) must face a class-action lawsuit nationwide that seeks the social media company to refund the money that children spent with their parent’s credit cards without their permission, as reported on Reuters. Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) is currently facing a class-action lawsuit in San Jose, California where the U.S. District […]

Next semester, some journalism students will be reading David Carr for credit

2 months agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

Following David Carr’s death, Jacqui Banaszynski watched as a gush of tweets and Facebook posts rushed by about Carr and his work. She rediscovered stories The New York Times’ media critic wrote that she’d forgotten, including pieces...Show More Summary

Off-Topic Tuesday

Post your favorite stuff. If there’s a story you like, we may use it and give you credit. Please “like” us on Facebook Now read this:Off-Topic Monday (Feb 23, 2015) Off-Topic Weekend (Feb 22, 2015) Off-Topic Friday (Feb 20, 2015) Off-Topic Thursday (Feb 19, 2015) Off-Topic Wednesday (Feb 18, 2015) Off-Topic Tuesday (Feb 17, 2015)

From Romania with Corrections

3 months agoIndustries / Media : FishBowlNY

This is one of the more unusual notations at the bottom of an article crediting additional contributions to the piece: HuffPost software engineer Dan Fratean, who translated Chivu’s Facebook posts, contributed to this report. The Facebook post in question, by Loredana Chivu, is in Romanian. Show More Summary

Facebook Just Had Another Record Quarter, and It Has Apple to Thank

Facebook deserves a lot of credit for figuring out new ways to make smartphones a true home for its ad products. But over the past three months especially, it's benefitted from a major assist. The post Facebook Just Had Another Record Quarter, and It Has Apple to Thank appeared first on WIRED.

Facebook Says Global Outage Was Self-Inflicted

Meanwhile, a hacker group claims credit for the hourlong worldwide outage.

Facebook Freebooting

Smarter Every Day talks about Facebook pages stealing videos from YouTube instead of embedding it or at least crediting the video’s creator. Facebook is apathetic about it because it earns money from ads shown beside these videos.

Facebook: Credit Suisse Ups Target to $102 as ‘Audience Network’ Starts Rolling

Credit Suisse‘s Stephen Ju today reiterates an Outperform rating on shares of Facebook (FB), and raises his price target to $102 from $88, after updating his thinking about the company’s “Facebook Audience Network,” or FAN, the service that places ads on other companies’ mobile apps, for which Facebook collects a fee. After reviewing the numbers, [...]

10 secrets to maximizing credit card rewards for your business

(Business Finance) Credit card rewards are an easy way to cash in, but most people don't know how to use them properly or where extra money is hiding - here, we tell you how to find it! Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at AGBeat

11 Ways Skiing Was Totally Different in the '80s

By: Matt Meltzer Credit: Facebook/John Cusack (Credit: Rob McEwan/MGM Studios) If you stop to think about it, the '80s really were America's heyday. Flying wasn't the worst part of the holiday season, people weren't wrapped up in social...Show More Summary

3 Ways Facebook Can Help Improve Your Credit Score & Teach You to Save

I think we can agree that Facebook can be the Devil. With everyone posting and bragging about their (alleged) perfect lives, it can make those of us that compare our real lives (with flaws and all) to these Photoshopped realities

Online Marketing News: Facebook Wants Credit For 830%, Promoted Pins For All, Instagram Crushes Twitter

Facebook and Display Ads Should Be Credited For 830% More Revenue - A recent Facebook-funded study conducted by Datalicious, a full-service data agency, found that Facebook and display advertising should be credited for 830 percent more revenue than previously thought. Show More Summary

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