Rumor has it Facebook might launch a music service at the September 22 F8 conference.
Stafford Hospital in Virginia challenged a rumored elevated sepsis mortality rate by posting a note on the institution’s wall assuring past, present, and future patients that the claims were not true.
Could Facebook be unveiling a new messaging system? That’s what the internet rumor mill is speculating this morning after members of the media received an invitation to attend a special press event in Monday.
While we’ve confirmed on multiple instances that Facebook is not charging and never will, the company has posted the same information on the site’s homepage. Now when you register for the site, or login, there’s a good chance that you’ll see the new message which states “Sign Up, It’s free (and always will be)”. The company is hoping that this will dispel all the rumors that continue to emerge that the company will soon begin charging.
Facebook is a great tool for communicating with friends, family, and even business contacts, but it’s also a great tool for rapidly spreading myths and rumors. We regularly get emails about myths and rumors, so we decided that we’d post the most popular myths and rumors that come across our desks. Below is a list of 5 of the most popular Facebook myths and rumors.
A new message is spreading around Facebook suggesting that users with numerous friend requests are actually a sign that your computer has been infected with a virus. This is factually inaccurate according to Facebook. The reason for the increased number of friend requests is a small change that Facebook made in regards to how the number of friend requests is displayed.