What do Jeff Bezos, Mark Zuckerberg, and Arianna Huffington all have in common? They all started their multi-billion dollar empires with a simple website.
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Hoping to invest in the next Bitcoin? Keep an eye on Facebook. No, but really. According to a Cheddar report, the company is hard at work on its own cryptocurrency.
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Zuckerberg will now oversee three core groups within products and engineering: "Central product services," "new platforms and
The new News Feed is here, but you'd be forgiven for not having noticed.
To hear Mark Zuckerberg tell it, the last several months have brought significant changes to the way Facebook ranks content on its News Feed. The CEO announced in January
Facebook is trying to make VR diverse, and that's admirable. But it's missing an easy way to be even more inclusive, and possibly empowering, with many of its users.
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In between apologizing for Cambridge Analytica and giving his new favorite stump speech in support of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg somehow managed to squeeze in the fact that his company is still hell-bent on hitting Snapchat where it hurts.
At its annual F8 developer conference on Tuesday, CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that Facebook is creating a dating service.
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While he joked about his Congressional testimony and the never-ending privacy scandals of the last few months on the F8 stage, Mark Zuckerberg's most important message was one he doubled down on throughout his keynote: Facebook is actually very good
Mark Zuckerberg has made it clear that fake profiles and soviet robots have no place on Facebook.
But worry not, robots. 'Messenger' is still a hospitable home for bots like you.
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On Tuesday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg took the stage at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center to deliver his keynote speech at the company's annual F8 developer conference.
There was a lot to talk about. As Zuck mentioned in his opening
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