Facebook is ready to make you a star in commercials whether you want to be or not.
Careful who you associate with online: Companies are starting to look at your social media history as part of the decision to offer you a loan.
Users will be able to invite up to 50 “contributors” on a shared album, each of whom can upload an additional 200 photos.
Two MIT students were having trouble finishing their dissertations because of Facebook. Time for some high-tech weaning.
What be troublin’ ye?
Highlights from CNNMoney’s exclusive interview with Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Facebook has confirmed to All Things D that it’s testing a “product that would allow online shoppers to make purchases on mobile apps using their Facebook login information.” It’s “expected to launch in the next month or so,” with JackThreads as a pilot partner.
Where did humanity come from? And where is it going? To the airport, as it turns out.
Show off your Facebook Likes in real-time on a handsome, train station-style counter.
There are four main factors that affect what you will now see.
Bringing Cover Feed to the main Facebook app is a reasonable change of course.
Bloomberg reports that Facebook “plans to sell TV-style commercials on its site for as much as $2.5 million a day, two people familiar with the matter said.”