Facebook announced version 1.1 of its Paper iPhone application, with new features including notifications for birthdays and events; photo comments; group updates; and new article covers for select publishers.
The fourth season of HBO drama “Game of Thrones” premieres on the premium cable network April 6, but fans can turn to Facebook for a taste of Westeros March 18 at 6 p.m. ET, when the premiere episode will be screened at Lincoln Center in New York, as the event’s red carpet will be streamed on Facebook Live.
With all of the work Facebook is doing to revamp the process of advertising on the social network, it also revamped advertising about the social network, introducing three new spots on the company’s page: Trip, Couch Skis, and Runner.
Director Nicholas Stoller and stars Zac Efron and Seth Rogan of upcoming Universal Studios comedy Neighbors will take part in a Facebook Live event during the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas, March 8, Mashable reported.
The good news keeps coming for Facebook users who are dreading the expansion of advertising, as comments by Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg and Chief Financial Officer David Ebersman Tuesday night on not rushing to bring ads to the social network’s Paper iOS application and not increasing the flow of ads in the mobile News Feed were followed by a report by Mashable that video ads may not launch on Facebook until this summer.
If Facebook can adopt Twitter features, such as Trending and hashtags, it’s only fair for Twitter to be able to test a redesign of its profile that makes it look a lot like Facebook, or even like Google Plus, right?
The 2014 Grammy Awards were presented at Staples Center in Los Angeles Sunday night, and Facebook said some 6.3 million users were responsible for more than 13.5 million interactions related to the event.
The winners of the 71st annual Golden Globes Awards were revealed during the televised ceremony Sunday night, but how did Facebook activity in the week leading up to the event match up with the eventual results? The social network provided data to Mashable on how the nominees in four major categories stacked up, by state.
If you arrive at the airport and realize that you neglected to bring your driver’s license or another form of government-issued ID, your Facebook profile may be enough to get your on your flight, as Vimeo Co-Founder and DIY CEO Zach Klein discovered Sunday.