Facebook has established a strong presence in London, and its Parse cloud application platform will now follow suit, as its co-founder and CEO, Ilya Sukhar, announced in a blog post that it will begin building a team in London.
Last Friday marked the one-year anniversary of Facebook’s acquisition of mobile application-development platform Parse, and the social network said the number of apps built on the platform has soared by some 250 percent in the past year, to more than 260,000.
The Nitrogram 50, a list of the 50 most popular brands on Facebook-owned photo- and video-sharing network Instagram, went live to the public Monday, with athletic apparel and footwear giant Nike topping the charts by a wide margin.
Facebook loves the Harlem Shake, and we don’t just mean the company’s employees. Various renditions of the dance are plentiful both on YouTube and Facebook. Unmetric and the Shorty Awards recently took a look at how the Harlem Shake spread throughout both sites in an infographic, posted on Mashable. While Jeff Gordon’s version rocked YouTube, the dances done by Lego, Beats by Dre, and Nerium Int. were among the most popular on Facebook.