Facebook stories - Page 17
Happy Birthday Facebook... Here's to another 10 years?
"It is the largest social network in the world, but many are questioning whether it will survive another 10 years..."
Love it or loath it... Facebook is about to turn 10
Facebook will celebrate its 10th birthday tomorrow and is likely to be an occasion that will see people reflecting on its past and wildly speculating on its future.
Mobile revenue surge smashes Facebook's earnings report
Boosted by surging mobile revenue, Facebook has today smashed financial expectations with a full year revenue of $7.87bn, an increase of 55% year-over-year.
Can your social media footprint help repay debt?
Online lender 247Moneybox.co.nz, the consumer lending operation recently launched in New Zealand by UK fintech firm Active Securities, is seeking to improve its credit decisioning process by monitoring its customers’ social media activity.
Ban tax avoiding Facebook? Yeah, right
"Fine print, he's going to close down Facebook. That'll be interesting."
Social media drives Adobe revenue
Adobe has revealed that Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Tumblr drove an unprecedented amount of qualified traffic to retail sites in Q4 with revenue per visit (RPV) increasing across social channels.
"Plagued" Facebook will die out by 2017...
"Ideas, like diseases, have been shown to spread infectiously between people before eventually dying out..."
Mobile ad spend set to smash $18 billion
Global mobile advertising spending is forecast to reach $18.0 billion in 2014, up from the estimated $13.1 billion in 2013.
NZ Govt demands max tax bills on Apple, Google, Facebook…
Following criticism that multinational companies such as Apple, Google and Facebook have structured their global businesses to minimise tax payments in New Zealand, Finance Minister Bill English has called on the tech giants to pay more tax.
Facebook joins the trend, adds trending
Introducing Trending, a new Facebook product designed to surface interesting and relevant conversations in order to help you discover the best content from all across the social networking site.
How much would you pay for privacy?
Companies and financial institutions face the threat of security breaches, erosion of consumer confidence and millions of dollars in financial losses. It’s time to share the control and responsibility with consumers.
Social media scammers to double holiday profit
A scan of timelines worldwide shows that social media scammers are likely to double their profits during the holiday period this year with the number of Christmas scams flooding Facebook almost double the number from 2012.
Scammers exploit Paul Walker death to target Facebook users
Scammers have exploited the death of Paul Walker on Facebook only a couple of days after the Fast & Furious actor died in a car accident, spreading fake videos allegedly showing his death.
Kiwi student mixing it with IT giants
A University of Waikato PhD student will take part in a global computer coding exercise backed by some of the biggest technology names in the world.
Kiwis lead Oz in Social Media employment drive
New Zealand employees are ahead of Australia in joining the global shift to use social media to find and engage in work.
Facebook sends $3 billion offer, but Snapchat rejects
"We're enjoying being an independent company... we certainly don't think monetization is terrible."
Is the end nigh for cyberbullies?
Facebook, Twitter, Ask.fm, Snapchat and other forms of digital media have all come under fire for the ease of which they can be used for cyberbullying.
Zuckerberg approves new Facebook Like button
CEO Mark Zuckerberg gives the nod as the social media giant's six month development process finally comes to an end...
Facebook went down… did you notice?
A number of users took to internet forums this morning, enquiring as to why Facebook was down.
Job Market Newbies: Lock down your social media profile
Just entering the job market after years of schooling, other employment or parenthood?
Govt bottles spy bill clause amid tech giant pressure
Slammed by Microsoft, Google and Facebook over plans to include a clause in the controversial Telecommunications Interception Capability and Security Bill - the government backs down.
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When reading the Techday Facebook page, all you need to do is uncover the secret code we have posted, then enter the draw to win this amazing prize.
Is New Zealand social media momentum driven by images?
Is it true that the lure of engaging images is having a growing impact on Kiwis’ social media channels of choice…
Ever wondered what 1.2 billion Facebook users look like?
Providing a glimpse of every single member, The Faces of Facebook website has encapsulated all 1.2 billion profile pictures on one web page.