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Facebook is a Social Networking service launched in 2004. It was founded by Mark Zuckerberg, Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskovitz and Chris Hughes. At first, only students from Harvard could join the service, but over time more users were allowed to join. Today, Facebook remains the leader in social networking, but most importantly, it is the top online identity provider as the overwhelming majority of Facebook users have registered using their real identities.If you have a Facebook account, you can use Ubergizmo's Social Reader.

Instagram Direct Messaging Service Announced

12/12/2013, Instagram was expected to announce something “big” today with many believing a new messaging feature would be unveiled. Well – that’s exactly what Instagram has announced as the company has unveiled Instagram Direct, its own messaging system...

Facebook Reveals New Like And Share Buttons

12/11/2013, Earlier this morning, we talked about how the redesigned Facebook news feed might not jive with just about everyone (hey, do you know how difficult it is to please every Tom, Dick and Harry? Ask the politicians, and they will relate their experiences to...

Redesigned Facebook News Feed Might Not Be Released For Everyone

12/11/2013, Back in March Facebook summoned media outfits to its offices to show off its redesigned News Feed, which is without a doubt one of the most critical elements of the world’s largest social network. Much of the user’s time is spent on the News...

Facebook Videos Will Now Autoplay On Mobile

12/08/2013, It was back in September when we first heard that Facebook was silently testing autoplay feature for native videos. Now the world’s largest social network is rolling out the feature on mobile. Native Facebook videos will now autoplay on mobile...

Facebook News Feed Changes Put Focus On Content Source’s Quality

12/08/2013, Facebook recently announced some changes to its News Feed, it says that these changes are being made to show more relevant content to users in their News Feed. The company said that it would analyze a wide variety of factors to determine which content to...

Facebook Is Open To The Idea Of A “Sympathize” Button

12/06/2013, So we heard that Facebook was looking to introduce an Unfollow option to its social network soon which sounds like a great way of unfriending someone without offending them. While we’re on the subject of new features for Facebook, we know that many...

Facebook Founder Wants To Deliver Fast Internet To High Schools

12/04/2013, Schools are a place of learning and growing, but if there is a way to make things faster and more efficient, why not? The Internet can be said to be an indispensable part of life these days, so much so that having a fast connection would make perfect...

Facebook Will Offer “Unfollow” Option Soon

12/03/2013, Some of us prefer to keep our private lives, well, private. This means being extra careful when it comes to accepting who are your friends on a social network. Facebook, being one of the most popular social networks around globally, is said to soon offer...

Facebook Wants To Make Your News Feed More Relevant

12/02/2013, Facebook’s News Feed, depending on the user, can get pretty cluttered at times, and sometimes it’s cluttered in a messy sort of way where you are getting updates from all sorts of pages you’re following. Well Facebook is hoping to change that and...

Facebook Quietly Testing New “Save For Later Reading” Feature

11/27/2013, Recently Apple had updated Safari with a reader-like feature that basically allows you to save websites for reading later. This is also a feature that can be found in the Instapaper app, an app that allows users to save sites for reading later should they...

Facebook Isn’t Losing Teen Users, Says COO Sheryl Sandberg

11/24/2013, It was reported recently that Facebook use amongst teens was starting to decline. Quite a lot was written about this as people speculated that perhaps the world’s biggest social network was no longer “cool” enough for most teens to use....