Facebook Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s wife, Priscilla Chan has kept a low profile, but she gave her first-ever television interview, to Savannah Guthrie, which aired on NBC’s “Today” Friday morning, and “Today” pointed out 10 things that were learned about Chan during the interview:
Facebook For Android Update Includes Ability For Home Users To Control Music Apps Via Cover Feed, Animated Stickers
The Facebook for Android Beta Testers program continues to bear fruit, as new features to the social network’s flagship application for the platform, which were added to its beta app earlier this month, are now part of the mainstream app, with the most dramatic addition being the ability by users of the Home Android overlay to control music apps they are using — such as Spotify, Google Play Music, Pandora, and Rdio — directly via their lock screens.
The latest version of the Facebook for Android beta application includes an intriguing new feature, giving users of its Home Android overlay the ability to control music apps they are using directly via their lock screens.
Move over, Beast: The characters from Universal Studios feature film Despicable Me 2, which will hit theaters July 3, joined Facebook’s lead dog in the sticker store for the social network’s mobile applications and Messenger apps for iOS and Android.
Beast, the furry companion of Facebook Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, can now be Facebook users’ best friend in the form of a new, free pack of stickers for its flagship and Messenger applications for iOS and Android.
Newton Lee’s book, Facebook Nation: Total Information Awareness, is a great book for social media experts, offering a comprehensive look at Facebook in the context of social media, and covering privacy well.
Following Facebook’s sudden $1 billion acquisition of photo-sharing service Instagram earlier this month, any interest shown by Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg in other Internet companies was bound to get tongues wagging. And wagging is certainly featured in Zuckerberg’s first post to video-sharing app Viddy.