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Are your friends silly for Hillary? Crazy for Cruz? Facebook is alive with all sorts of requests to share annoying negative political posts and graphics. Here's how to mute most of it.
Test figures published by social network Facebook are designed to show the results of a series of advances in the Presto open-source query engine, including a new ORC reader.
Facebook would like to be your workplace social network with Facebook for Work. Would you use it? Would you trust it?
QuickFire Networks' technology includes T-Video, an appliance that is designed to sit in a 1U rack and do nothing but process and transcode video. Welcome to Facebook's data centers.
Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn all at the bottom of the list, says research
Since the social media became a part of your life, you've been using countless applications. But do you know how small your friendcircle...
If you are fed up with Facebook and tired of Twitter you might want a change of social scene. Try these up-and-coming social networks that are well worth a look for users and brands.
Adjustments to XL Axiata's DNS servers and redirecting traffic to nearby servers has increased mobile speeds in Indonesia using existing resources.
The Construction Manager is designed to ensure the accurate and regular flow of information, such as maintenance logs and daily reports,...
Ello, the new ad-free, porn-friendly social network is taking the Internet by storm with people clamouring for invites to the site. But does it have what it takes to make a dent in Facebook’s dominance without mining data about our connected lives?
Facebook needs new bodies, especially young ones, and India may be the last great hope that can supply these to the social network
Google Plus has just celebrated its third birthday, but the service was virtually ignored in Google's I/O conference, and it's still not clear whether it has much of a future. The service may be less than the sum of its parts....
Following up its new Slingshot app, Facebook introduced a pair of new components to its network stack.
Is Facebook turning a new leaf when it comes to privacy? Maybe, maybe not, but users might have a little more control over third-party apps connecting to the social network.
Vic Gundotra's resignation has cast doubt on the future of Google Plus, the social networking site he launched in 2011. But despite forecasts of doom, the survival of Orkut suggests Google won't close it down.
It's about time Facebook monetizes its hundreds of millions of mobile users, both on and off the site. That could gear it up to take on Google at its own game.
Facebook has come a long, long way since its sophomoric beginnings.
Facebook has released a new app for iOS called Paper, which presents the social network in a magazine-like layout. The problem is that a small indy developer released an app by the same name two years ago.
A federal judge says Facebook investors can pursue a lawsuit because the social network concealed information on its IPO filing.
Users of the social media network can no longer hide their profiles from folks searching for their names, a privacy feature which Facebook says was used only by "a small percentage" of users.
Approximately 73 percent of the top 100 grossing Android apps are now integrated with Facebook, according to the social network itself.
Delhi High Court orders Facebook to ban kids below 13 years old and add a disclaimer on its login page. This follows a recent sex and smoke party involving children who had allegedly gathered through the social network.
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