Tired of all those “promoted” posts popping up on your Facebook news feed and sidebars? Want to get rid of “Sponsored” posts? Pretty soon, you might have the ability to do that, if an article published this morning at Mashable is to be believed. As users of Facebook’s “Pages” service already know, Zuckerberg and Co. […]
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Instagram becomes Moneygram: How Your Favorite Social Photo Service Intends to Sell Your Images And Not Pay You
Sneaky, sneaky, sneaky, Instagram. In an announcement on Monday, the photo/social sharing service let some new policy fly that turned the internet on it’s ear. If you’re like us and you missed it because you don’t read EULAs, Terms of Services, and all that jazz, the lowdown is that Instagram is set to start selling […]
A few weeks ago, we featured news that Twitter would soon be locking it’s API to all third party developers, effectively putting a cap on the number of users that could be a part of that experience, thus effectively shutting down the growth of apps and services like Hootsuite, Tweetbot, Favstar, and many more. Now, […]
It’s like the Avengers of Social Networking “If we can’t save your computer from the viruses, you can be damn sure we’ll avenge it!” – Tony Zuckerberg (aka Iron Man) Facebook, the leading social networking site with over 845 Million users, has finally decided to get serious about all of the malware and virus links […]
In a shocking move this afternoon, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that the social media giant will acquire Instagram, the widely popular photography app. “This is an important milestone for Facebook because it’s the first time we’ve ever acquired a product and company with so many users,” Zuckerberg said. “We don’t plan on doing any […]
If you are a fan of the picture sharing service Instagram, today’s news may either be fantastic or terrible. I don’t personally use the service, so I’ll let you be the judge of that. The gist of the story: today Facebook bought Instagram for a cool $1 BILLION dollars. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg […]
According to Joystiq, iOS app Infinity Blade 2 will see a pretty substantial update this week which will allow you to meld together three gems in a tweak to the gem interface, but perhaps the most important aspect of the update will be the Clashmob feature which has been promised since the app released.
Interesting report from Ars Technica saying that Facebook is considering several options, including lawsuits, to prevent current and potential employers from demanding employee Facebook login details. It is becoming an increasingly popular tactic for job interviewers to ask for an applicants Facebook logins when said applicants have a Private profile on the social networking site. […]