Puglebrity and smush-faced pop culture maven Doug the Pug visited Facebook's headquarters at Menlo Park on Thursday. He was there for a meeting with Facebook's own head pooch, CEO Mark Zuckerberg's mop-like Hungarian sheepdog, Beast. SEE...Show More Summary
Palmer Luckey did not storm into Mark Zuckerberg's office to pitch the innovation that is now steering Facebook's future. First, he took to Kickstarter. The crowdfunding tool helped him secure $2.4 million. He built a device and a company that would later attract Zuck's attention and $2 billion. Show More Summary
Snapchat selfie lenses and Pokemon Go, not Magic Leap and HoloLens. Smartphones are how Mark Zuckerberg sees augmented reality going mainstream, rather than potentially awkward headsets and glasses. That’s an important clue to how Facebook will adapt to this next computing platform. Show More Summary
Yesterday, I got off at the wrong subway stop two separate times, ate a bowl of cereal for lunch, and fell asleep reading the entirety of OJ Simpson’s Wikipedia page. Mark Zuckerberg, on the other hand, made $3.4 billion in an hour. You win this round, Mark. Read more...
Mark Zuckerberg doesn't think Facebook is trapping users in a bubble. There's a popular theory around social media called the "filter bubble." It's the idea that as users naturally subscribe and follow other users that share their interests,...Show More Summary
The number one rule has to do with setting a great example. Here are the other nine.
After strong earnings results, Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook are turning their attention toward growing their video products.
The billionaire's fortune reached $56.7 billion in after-hours trading. He is the world's fifth-richest person, according to FORBES.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg provided a blueprint on Wednesday for what could turn into a major new business: search advertising. Facebook has had search capabilities on its social network for years, but the company has never reallyShow More Summary
Mark Zuckerberg's focus on live video has turned the social network into a destination of the political stage.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sees Oculus as part of his plans to "connect" more people throughout the world.
What message Mark Zuckerberg's sending with his uniform of jeans, hoodies and identical gray t-shirts? We check in with developers and entrepreneurs to learn more.
OurMine, the hacking group that took credit for breaking into the social media accounts of Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey, apparently has a new target: news sites. Read more...
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg might not need to worry about Snapchat, according to fresh analysis ||| New York – Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg might not need to worry about Snapchat, according to fresh analysis published by Morgan Stanley. When...Show More Summary
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is "obsessed" with live video. Over the last several months, he's streamed dozens of moments, including a Q&A with Jerry Seinfeld that has more views than almost any live video on Facebook, clocking in at...Show More Summary
Mark Zuckerberg's personal artificial intelligence is already toast...ing his bread. Since January, the Facebook founder and CEO has been working on an AI to help him at home and with work. "You can think of it kind of like Jarvis in...Show More Summary
Summary: At 2AM, in the dark morning hours of June 28th, Mark Zuckerberg woke up and got on a plane. He was traveling to an aviation testing facility in Yuma, AZ, where a small Facebook team had been working on a secret project. Their mission: to design, build, and launch a high-altitude solar-powered plane, in the hopes that...
Are you an introvert or an extrovert? Are you sure?
Mark Zuckerberg announces the first successful flight of his solar powered drone. Here's what you need to know.
Facebook’s mission was clear. Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, and his team planned to develop a solar-powered plane that was capable of flying at high altitudes. Their hope is that one day, the internet drone will deliver internet connectivity to the entire world, but especially to underserved countries. Show More Summary