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Facebook to keep building products; Zuckerberg urges patience on results

Facebook has spent a ton of money recently to buy startups with some potentially game-changing tech products – like the Oculus virtual reality system and the WhatsApp messaging service – after the the giant social network met Read More →

Quoted: US Airways, ‘plane porn,’ and turbulence on Twitter

"We apologize for an inappropriate image recently shared as a link in one of our responses. We’ve removed the tweet and are investigating." — US Airways says sorry Monday after sending a lewd image attached to a tweeted response Read More →

Share the wealth: Facebook reportedly thinking payments

Facebook has gotten many of us to open up about our lives and loves and everything in between. It may now want us to open up our wallets, too. The Financial Times reports that the company is nearing Read More →

You like? Facebook releases new (and improved!) transparency report

Another day, another see-through report from a tech company. (OK, so we're trying to make the topic a little sexier.) What's new in Facebook's second-ever transparency report: The company has included statistics about Instagram, the popular photo-sharing service it owns. Read More →

Facebook’s WhatsApp deal gets US approval, with a caution

WhatsApp founder Jan Koum has said he understands the importance of privacy, as an immigrant who grew up in the old Soviet Union.  When Facebook bought the service earlier this year, Koum and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Read More →

Facebook’s got a two-front strategy for fighting in the mobile chat wars

If you had any doubt that Facebook takes the global messaging wars seriously – and paying $19 billion for WhatsApp is a pretty serious move – consider the social network’s decision this week to nudge more of its Read More →
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