Memo to Mark Zuckerberg: next time you launch an app aimed at making Facebook easier for celebrities, consider asking William Shatner to beta-test it first. Shatner — yes, that Shatner, the singer, raconteur and sometime starship captain — launched a blistering broadside against Facebook Mentions on his Tumblr account Tuesday. Show More Summary
Microsoft's massive layoff makes downright ridiculous the op-ed recently published by Bill Gates and his billionaire pals, Warren Buffett and Sheldon Adelson. They and Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, who financed the lobby group FWD.us, demand immediate amnesty disguised as immigration reform in order to bring in more cheap labor.
There’s a new internet retailer on the world’s smartphones, tablets, and PCs. It’s called Facebook. Last week, Mark Zuckerberg and company started testing a “Buy” button inside the News Feed posts and ads that turn up on the world’s most popular social network, letting users instantly pay for goods and services from other merchants without […]
On Saturday, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin wondered why President Barack Obama's administration was not dumping illegal immigrant children in exclusive liberal communities in Manhattan, Silicon Valley, and the Washington, D.C. suburbs to live with pro-amnesty advocates. Show More Summary
After having had private meetings with Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg and Napster co-founder Sean Parker, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) will attend a "conservatarian" tech conference this weekend in Silicon Valley that is being organized by a former Jeb Bush adviser. Show More Summary
The fight to bring the entire planet online has reached new extremes. On one hand, we have Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Internet.org, the non-profit he founded to bring the developing world online through drone and satellite technology. Show More Summary
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) reportedly had meetings with two top Silicon Valley billionaires at Allen & Company's Sun Valley conference in Idaho. In his Playbook newsletter Sunday, Politico's Mike Allen reported Paul, who is considering...Show More Summary
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) reportedly had a private meeting with Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg in Sun Valley, Idaho, at an exclusive technology conference. Politico reported that Paul had "private sit-downs" with libertarian investor Peter Thiel and Zuckerberg at the annual Allen & Co. Show More Summary
Mark Zuckerberg may finally be upgrading from his GTI. The Facebook founder and CEO may be on the exclusive list to take delivery of the first batch of Pagani Huayras headed for the U.S. Read more...
Forget the weird glasses and dinky little watches--the industrial-strength future of wearables is total immersion. Mark Zuckerberg wasn’t playing games this spring when he plunked down $2 billion for LA-based Oculus VR, whose blowaway headsets lit up the geeky world of high-end gaming when they burst out on Kickstarter last year. Show More Summary
Bloomberg ran an article this week hyping about summer interns in Silicon Valley that can get glamorous jobs working directly with Mark Zuckerberg, being paid $6,213 per month and even being allowed the perk of flying their mother out for the interview. Show More Summary
The Hidden Cash treasure hunt phenomenon has gone digital. In May, someone started hiding envelopes of cash all over San Francisco, and now someone is leaving bitcoin wallets around the city, sending people on a digital scavenger hunt. Show More Summary
Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg's FWD.us just won't give up on amnesty legislation. On Thursday, House GOP leaders denied Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart's (R-FL) final plea for amnesty legislation, weeks after House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) informed President Barack Obama that there would not be a vote on immigration this year. Show More Summary
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Facebook founder and hoodie-enthusiast Mark Zuckerberg revealed his extremely optimistic prediction for how the Internet will reshape the lives of the poorest people on Earth.
Silly little Mark Zuckerberg thought that because he knew how to create an Internet-based tech company he could obliterate America’s borders and legalize illegal immigration with his “smarts.” While his effort has thus far proven toShow More Summary
OOPS: Mark Zuckerberg’s Immigration Push Hits Brick Wall.
Sharing the pages of The Wall Street Journal’s 125th Anniversary issue with the likes of Mark Zuckerberg, Larry Summers and Taylor Swift, Ford Executive Chairman Bill Ford, Jr. sees a future for the automotive industry so bright, he’ll need to wear shades. The chairman wrote in his op-ed for the paper that the automobile will […]
In a Wall Street Journal piece posted Monday, Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg argued that basic internet services should be as free and accessible as dialing 911 for health and crime emergencies. Zuckerberg noted that although there had been a noticeable increase in internet usage over the years, only one third of the world population is