A study suggesting Facebook will lose 80% of its peak user base by 2017 is whipping around the Internet this week, but there’s a problem: It’s just not going to happen.
Users will see trending items on their Newsfeed, but without Twitter-style hashtags
Rummaging through junk questions and stealth-marketing may be the app’s biggest weakness.
The social networking site has been accused of selling private information to advertisers
Social-networking snafus, unfortunate ads, glitchy products, and much, much more — if something could go wrong this year, it probably did.
So be careful what you comment
Here’s how to keep the social network usable without abandoning it entirely.
After months of speculation.
Pundits are accusing Mark Zuckerberg’s company of turning into what he said it was all along.
Social network says it got more than 8,000 inquiries in the first six months of this year
…and how long you linger on your ex’s profile page.
Facebook users don’t come looking for news, but most get it anyway.