Facebook is looking to carve its niche in the new tabbed design introduced by Gmail, as the social network is urging users of both services to move their Facebook emails into their primary tabs in Gmail.
Last month, we told you about Facebook’s new Feedback Panel and how its eerie data gathering COULD potentially save your marriage. This month, there’s another round of feedback panel questions to share — and more for us to subjectively interpret from the questions!
Michelle Morris joined Facebook as vertical lead, auto, U.S., and she will be based in the social network’s Detroit office, where she will work with automakers on using Facebook to build their brands and drive sales.
Facebook recently held a hackathon at its headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif., along with Google, Jawbone, Fitbit, Recon, and Pebble, with a focus on wearable technology, but Facebook Head of Mobile Products Erick Tseng told Engadget the social network has not quite figured out its approach yet.
From the “Take this with a grain of salt” department: According to a survey (of just 250 adults) conducted by Google for virtual-private-network application provider TunnelBear, 33 percent of millennials would rather be victims of identity theft than reveal the histories of their activities on Facebook.
Real-time ad-bidding platform Facebook Exchange is on the verge of becoming a lot more crowded, as Friday’s announcement that Google’s DoubleClick Bid Manager (formerly Invite Media) will participate in FBX was followed by a report by AdExchanger that online retail giant Amazon will follow suit.
The frost that has long coated the relationship between Facebook and Google appears to have thawed a bit, as Google announced on the DoubleClick Advertiser Blog Friday that its DoubleClick Bid Manager (formerly Invite Media) will now participate in real-time ad-bidding marketplace Facebook Exchange.
Facebook came in at No. 9 on the 2013 list of the 25 highest-paying companies for software engineers from social jobs and career community Glassdoor, after placing second on Glassdoor’s 2012 list, which included only tech companies.
Facebook will host the Out for Undergrad Technology Conference at its campus in Menlo Park, Calif., this weekend (Oct. 19 and 20). The event is aimed at LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) undergraduate students interested in pursuing careers in technology.