Facebook is taking another poke at the disappearing photo market with a new app for iOS and Android called Slingshot. Like Snapchat and Facebook’s Poke, an ill-fated
Facebook will soon show users ads based in part on “information from some of the websites and apps you use.” Facebook has long displayed ads based on your user profile
This post first appeared on Forbes.com. Until now, when new Facebook users sent out their first post, the default setting was public, which means that anyone could see it.
Facebook to offer more control over what information users must reveal to apps This post first appeared on Forbes.com Speaking at Facebook’s F8 developers’
New feature shows when friends are nearby (and you near them) This post is adapted from one that first appeared on Forbes.com Facebook is rolling out a new feature for its
Why Unfollow It’s nice to have friends but if you have too many Facebook friends you can becoming inundated with what they post. It’s a classic “signal to noise
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