03/09/2014, Developer conferences are a great way for the company to show off what it has been working on. Often at these events some of the biggest announcements are made, while developers, journalists and analysts get to see what a company has planned for the future. Facebook’s developer conference has gone by the f8 moniker, and the last time it was held was back in 2011. The world’s largest social network […]
01/16/2014, The Mobile World Congress 2014 takes place next month in Barcelona. This event is attended by major players in the phone industry, not to mention the fact that there’s coverage from global media. Its certainly a big deal, and we often see new devices being announced at MWC. The event isn’t all about devices, there are meetings and discussions as well as keynote speeches from some of the top people in […]
08/18/2013, The way Facebook privacy works is that if your profile isn’t set to public, only those people can post on your wall who you have added in your friends list. a self-titled Palestinian security expert, Khalil Shreateh, says that he discovered an exploit in Facebook that would let anyone post on anyone’s wall. He says that the exploit was reported to Facebook through their bug reporting tool, but they didn’t pay […]
06/18/2013, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg met with Samsung President Shin Jong Kyun and discussed possible partnerships with between the world's biggest social network and one of the world's biggest smartphone vendor.
06/11/2013, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said today in a meeting with investors that Facebook Home will be distributed via the official Facebook app for Android in the future.
04/08/2013, We reported back in January that Facebook was testing out a new messaging system which would allow its users to send messages directly to another user’s inbox, one who is not in their connections, for $1, $5 or $15. The price was exorbitantly high for some celebrities. Those wishing to send a message directly to Facebook supremo Mark Zuckerberg’s inbox had to part with $100 per single message. At the […]
07/26/2012, Facebook hosted its first earnings conference call today since the company went public earlier this year. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg kicked the conference by discussing the company’s overall business plan and vision for the future. Zuckerberg emphasized the importance of building its mobile platform saying that it is one of the company’s top priorities right now. The young CEO also said that the social network is now working on ways […]
07/24/2012, Patents are the modern weapons of corporate warfare. That is why the social networking giant that is Facebook is beefing up its patent portfolio to seal its place once and for all. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg filed his first patent application six years ago. And after being criticized by examiners for its obviousness, the patent – US patent 8,225,376 – has just been approved by the U.S. Patent Trademark and […]
07/16/2012, Being the CEO and founder of a billion-dollar company is a daunting task. Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg is saying that his hardest job as of the moment is adapting to mobile devices. In an interview at the Allen & Co.’s conference in Sun Valley, Zuckerberg said that integrating Facebook’s features to mobile devices is hard because the user experience on mobile devices is much different than on desktops. […]
09/22/2011, This morning, we’re heading to Facebook’s F8 developer conference where Mark Zuckerberg will present the opening keynote starting at 10am PT. You can watch the live video from this page, or you can follow our live blog at live.ubergizmo.com.
01/10/2011, It is uncertain where this rumor stemmed from, but there have been stories going around about Mark Zuckerberg planning to close down Facebook on March 15 2011. Apparently he’s tired of the whole business and wants to “live a normal life”. No points for you if you believed for a second that the story was real. Well an official tweet from Facebook has put those rumors to rest. Facebook will […]
01/04/2011, This kind of thing tends to happen from time to time, though this time it seems that Mark Zuckerberg’s name has been dragged into it. A hacker out there managed to hack into Kenya’s law enforcement body’s website and post some graffiti there, which is some kind of tribute to Facebook’s co-founder. The site now shows “Got in and all i could think about was zuckerberg!!! This’ for you Mark!” […]