New Facebook platform means more information sharing Video
At an afternoon event in San Francisco on May 24, Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's CEO and founder, explains the social-networking site's plans to expand services and increase information-sharing. Facebook members will get automated servces ot share everything
At the F8 event in San Francisco, Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook.com's founder, announces that the social-networking company will accept third-party applications on the site. CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari talks with Glimpse, Attendio, Uber, Bunchball and Plum about how they plan to display their widgets on Facebook.
At this week's F8 08 conference in San Francisco, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg explains how changes in the social-networking company's platform will benefit developers, as well as users.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg released this video statement outlining the company's new and "simple" privacy controls for the popular social-networking site.
At the F8 developer conference in San Francisco, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg introduces a revamped profile page called Timeline, which gives people a chance to look back on everything they've ever published on the social network--along with new features that make it easier to share media content such as music, movies, news, and games.
At 10:30 a.m. PDT today, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will announce "simpler privacy controls." The popular social-networking site has recently come under fire for sharing users' personal data with advertisers and secretly adding apps pages to profile pages if you browse the Web while logged into an account.
The co-founder of venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz talks about the hurdles Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg overcame in becoming CEO. Horowitz spoke at Business Insider's Ignition West conference today in San Francisco.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg unveils a new tool that aims to offer improved, more relevant search results. CNET's Sumi Das explains how the social network is trying to satisfy users' search needs.
The popular social-networking tool has just admitted to recording a lot more information than just your tweets. Users of the service who have installed the Twitter app on their smartphones are now unknowingly sharing their contact list and browsing history, among other details. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on what this means for your privacy and what the company plans to do about it.
What happens when you combine San Francisco, music, drinks and real-life avatars? You get the second annual Second Life Community Convention kick-off party. CNET's Neha Tiwari spoke with Philip Rosedale, CEO and founder of "Second Life" publisher Linden Lab, as well as event organizers and members of the community, about their experiences with the social-networking site.