Facebook recently confirmed it’s testing a mobile version of Graph Search. While some are criticizing Facebook for a lag in mobile adoption of a feature that's more than a year old, Facebook reminds us the functionality is not so simple.
The sites with the best tools dominate the web. Facebook, Twitter, Google, YouTube, WordPress, and LinkedIn don't owe their success to content marketing because they are more than content. Here's why apps are the future of digital marketing.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg discussed many subjects including logos, growing users, smart investments, mobile, PRISM, and even superpowers. Here are six interesting topics Mayer and Zuckerberg discussed at Disrupt.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg wants to bring 5 billion more people online. To accomplish this, he has launched a new initiative through Internet.org that is designed to help people in poorer areas get access to the Internet.
How important is mobile to Facebook? Consider this: mobile ads represented about 41 percent of the company's advertising revenue and mobile usage accounted for 71 percent of monthly active users (MAUs) during its latest quarter.
The outcome of this trial is of particular interest to the reputation management industry. Reputation managers are watching closely to see if further ruling will help aide them in removing offensive content off similar sites for their clients.
The Facebook phone will arrive on April 12, giving the social network giant a new window into its users' mobile habits and a more consistent, always-on connection for members of the Facebook community. Search won't be exclusive to any one provider
Mark Zuckerberg has been voted America's most popular CEO. Google's Larry Page also ranked highly, ranking as the 11th most popular CEO this year, according to a new survey. His 95 percent approval rating stayed consistent over the last year.
Forbes has released its annual list of the world’s billionaires. While most of the richest people in the world remain the same, one noteworthy change is that Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are no longer tied for net worth.