Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg yesterday offered to partner with telecom operators to expand Internet access, while lauding the efforts of Indian giant Airtel and other telcos on this front.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has indicated a willingness to work with Google on Global Internet Access at Mobile World Congress ( MWC) in Barcelona by saying that connecting the world doesn't have to be a cutthroatcompetition.
Facebook said yesterday it has boosted the number of advertisers on the social network to two million as it launched a mobile app for those managing their commercial pitches.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, in a recent interview with Bloomberg, compared access to the social network with access to critical services like 911.
Mark Zuckerberg's New Year resolution to read a book every two weeks in 2015 has send the sale of books on Amazon.com soaring.
If you were hoping that Facebook will someday give you a dislike button, you might be disappointed. At the second Q&A with Mark, the social juggernaut s CEO said he has no interest in giving people the means to be mean.
Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg has rejected Tim Cook's claim that ads turn customers into products, saying that it was a " ridiculous concept".
Facebook announced today that it is going to give people another chance to speak with its CEO Mark Zuckerberg. The company said that it will hold the next public Q&A session on December 11 at the company s Menlo Park headquarters.
The government is expected take up with social networking giant Facebook social sector issues like education and empowerment of the girl child, female foeticide and 'Clean Ganga' campaign and seek its help in promoting them.
Facebook completed the acquisition of WhatsApp on Monday. Today however CEO Mark Zuckerberg allayed fears about the future of the social messaging service by saying that they have no near-term plan to make money from the service, Reuters reports.
Bullish on the exponential growth potential of India, Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg yesterday said the social networking giant is looking at a deeper engagement with government in expanding Internet penetration to villages and promoting creation of regional content.
Social networking site Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg Thursday said he is excited about Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Digital India programme and will discuss with him ways to connect the country's masses with the digital world.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates topped Forbes' latest list of the 400 richest Americans for the 21st straight year. The list, released yesterday, was largely unchanged for 2014 and showed the rich getting richer. The combined wealth of those on the list rose 13 percent to $2.29 trillion, helped by a stronger US stock market.
Mark Zuckerberg's second home in Dolores Heights is attracting lots of scowls from neighbours making us feel that the tech mogul, who connects millions through his social networking site, is not an ideal neighbor to have after all.
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has single-handedly revolutionised the way in which awareness for a certain cause can be created. Not only has the ALS Foundation managed to raise $31.5 million as funds for research, but they have also managed to rope in many celebrities and sportstars to garner more buzz. Even tech honchos joined the bandwagon, with Tim Cook, Bill Gates, Satya Nadella and Mark Zuckerberg, among others, doused freezing water on their heads voluntarily.
Leading technology companies Facebook, Cisco and HP are looking to boost their investments in India and engagement in the education space, Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said yesterday.
In his closing remarks at the F8 conference, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg talked about his life, love and the company he co-founded a decade ago. Addressing the crowd of developers who had gathered at the conference, Zuckerberg said that it was a reflective period for him personally.
Back in December Facebook announced that it was experimenting with a pay to message scheme. The proposed scheme would allow users to message people they did not know for $1. It appears that Facebook has taken that concept to the next level as Mashable is reporting that now the company is charging $100 users who are not following Mark Zuckerberg to message him.
Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, today announced that social networking site has crossed the one billion active user landmark. He wrote, This morning, there are more than one billion people using Facebook actively each month. If you're reading this thank you for giving me and my little team the honor of serving you. Helping a billion people connect is amazing, humbling and by far the thing I am most proud of in my life. I am committed to working every day to make Facebook better for you, and hopefully together one day we will be able to connect the rest of the world too.