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During the F8 Developer Conference last week, Facebook CEO – Mark Zuckerberg – confirmed the arrival of numerous features that will be added on the social network. These include the new “Timeline” interface, and the Facebook Music. Few of the said features already went live a couple of days ago, producing both interested and annoyed […]Read the rest of the article »
”Our goal with Google+ is to make sharing on the web like sharing in real life, as well as to improve the overall Google experience" --- Larry Page, Google founder and CEO.
As you already know, Google+ is the newest member in the ever-growing family of social networking services. It went live on public just recently, but has been in a trial for the past 90 days, sending out limited invitations to users as it hones its service. For a short period of time, this latest social site from Google has undeniably given a tremendous impact and influence to most social media users.
Thus, in order to show you a detailed rundown of what is happening around Google+, GADG has put up a list of the 15 fun and interesting facts about Google’s social extension.
Take the leap to learn them all.Read the rest of the article »
Mark Zuckerberg finally changes his mind.
Although Zuckerberg said before that iPad “isn’t mobile” enough to have its own Facebook app, it seems that it is not the end of story. TechCrunch reported that Facebook created a working version of Facebook for iPad. Facebook even released it secretly. The code of the iPad app is embedded in the newest update for the iPhone app of Facebook. It can work perfectly on jailbroken iPad tablets. TechCrunch said that the user interface was “great”; it gives users the ability to chat with friends while doing other Facebook activities.View Article Source »
The new Facebook app for iPad has not yet been officially released. However, several people had already seen it, and few features have been announced in public.
Yesterday, The New York Times reported that there are several social media users who gave updates on the new Facebook’s application for iPad. The said app is currently on its “final stages of testing”, and will be available in a few weeks after being produced for over a year.
Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, announced that they’ve already visualized the app’s designs and features. Some people who have already seen the application commented that is has a “slick design” that is specially created for iPad’s interface. In short, the developers of the app successfully revamped the Facebook Chat and Facebook Groups specs.Read the rest of the article »
What do you get when you put Apple, Google, Facebook, and America in one room? Well it's not Microsoft.
Your eyes do not deceive you. Apparently, U.S. President Barack Obama has summoned three of the brightest, if not the brightest, business leaders the world has ever seen and will meet on the White House very soon. Apple’s Steve Jobs, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, and Google’s Eric Schmidt will go face-to-face with Barack Obama to talk about promotion of American innovation and investments in research and development, education and clean energy for the president’s State of Union vision. Looks like the “land of opportunity” is gonna take things more seriously now as Korea, Japan and other technologically advanced countries start to leave U.S.A. behind.
What people want to know though is where’s Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer? He pretty much fits into the posse right? Well the Oatmeal blog has our answer. Check it out after the break!Read the rest of the article »
"Long before it was cool to be a nerd, his formative role in popularizing the personal computer, and Apple's initial public offering on Wall Street - which came when Mr Jobs was still only 25 - made him the tech industry's first rock star." ---Financial Time on Steve Jobs as Person of the Year 2010
While the Times carries the face of Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg as the “Man of the Year”, the Financial Times announced that they have chosen the “Person of the Year” for 2010. The chose one? Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs. This marks another accolade for the company. Here’s the Financial Times quote on why they’ve chosen […]Read the rest of the article »
Few millions were stashed from Zuckerberg’s account as he gives donations to Newark’s public schools.
Despite all the issues he has to face everyday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg never forgets to help the unfortunate ones. According to Wall Street Journal, Zuckerberg will donate $100 million to aid Newark public schools.
The announcement of this donation will by made on Oprah Winfrey’s show this coming Friday. Zuckerberg and Newark mayor Cory Booker will be present on the show.Read the rest of the article »
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