For the first time, a billion people used Facebook in a single day on Monday. CEO Mark Zuckerberg marked the occasion with a post on his Facebook page, saying that one out of seven people on Earth logged in to the social network to connect with their friends and family.
Tech industry luminaries and friends gathered Tuesday for a memorial service honoring David Goldberg, a popular business leader whose marriage to Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg made them one of Silicon Valley’s most prominent couples.
David Goldberg, a popular Silicon Valley executive and husband of Facebook second-in-command and “Lean In” author Sheryl Sandberg, has died suddenly at age 47, his company and family members said Saturday.
If you’ve been on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter in the past few weeks, you’ve likely seen a friend or two voluntarily pouring an ice-cold bucket of water over their heads.
On Wednesday, Facebook announced it would buy WhatsApp, a free texting, picture-sending application popular in India, Latin American and Europe, for $19 billion. WhatsApp was created in 2009 and now reportedly has 52 employees. It brings in some revenue from a nominal $1 charge for some of its 450 million customers.
During the current election campaign, for the first time in American history, President Barack Obama and the “left” have made success in America to be negative.
You can now let your friends on Facebook know if you’re an organ donor. The change should help the chances of thousands of people waiting for an organ.
Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann has landed on Time magazine’s 2011 list of 100 “most influential” people.
The Facebook Founder had to take out a restraining order on this man.
No, you weren’t seeing triple, there were actually three Mark Zuckerbergs on stage on this week’s Saturday Night Live. We’ve got a link to the video.
“I just wish that nobody made a movie of me while I was still alive”, laments Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Tough cookies.