Facebook Preparing Its Own Cryptocurrency For WhatsApp — Tech Viral

According to the latest reports, the well-known and the most used instant messaging application, of course, I am talking about none other than WhatsApp will soon get its own cryptocurrency. Yes, the social network giant Facebook is preparing its own virtual cryptocurrency for all its users which will simply allow all its users to transfer…

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With trust destroyed, Facebook is haunted by old data deals — TechCrunch

As Facebook colonized the rest of the web with its functionality in hopes of fueling user growth, it built aggressive integrations with partners that are coming under newfound scrutiny through a deeply reported New York Times investigation. Some of what Facebook did was sloppy or unsettling, including forgetting to shut down APIs when it cancelled its…

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Facebook vs Amazon Battle for Market Share in Online Advertising & E-commerce — In Stock News

Facebook is coming into Amazon’s e-commerce market with their new e-commerce pages via the facebook.com website. Likewise, Amazon is now pursuing Facebook in the advertising market by selling display ads across its e-commerce network, other websites, and hardware devices. This has been Facebook’s bread and butter for a long time, it is how the company […]

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Facebook redesigns Life Events feature with animated photos, videos and more — TechCrunch

Facebook today announced a redesign of its “Life Events” feature, which allows people to share significant milestones in their life, like an engagement, graduation, a new job, a move to a new city, and more. The feature has existed since the launch of Timeline, but has to date offered a fairly nondescript type of post.…

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