Category: Facebook

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Goodbye Ello: Why the Anti-Facebook will Fail

When Ello launched as an anti-Facebook, people responded with enthusiasm and the media buzzed with anticipation. But just a few months later, Ello remains in beta with interest lagging behind. With an ad-free experience...

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Facebook’s New Save Feature

Facebook released a long awaited feature that allows users to save posts from their news feeds to review later. The feature was added to the existing drop down arrow, which already allowed people to...

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Twitter and Facebook Brag about World Cup Interactions

The calm after the World Cup storm: Americans return to their preferred sports, Google’s homepage transitions back to its traditional look, and #WorldCup has finally fallen off the trending radar. Now, social media networks...

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A Summary on Google’s Social Networking Attempts

The most famous social networking website and platform owned by Google Inc. would be Google+. As the second-largest social networking site in the world after Facebook, Google+ helps Google share a big piece of...

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Status Update: Facebook is Kind of Sorry

In 2012, Adam Kramer and other Facebook data scientists conducted a study on almost 700,000 unknowing Facebook users. For one week, more than half of one million Facebook users were either exposed to positive...

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Don’t read the news. Skimm it.

Your commute just became more insightful. Monday through Friday, theSkimm delivers concise news stories hailing to the company’s motto “We read. You Skimm.” The e-newsletter covers headlines ranging from that day’s political news to...