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Facebook Today: A Scary and New Intersection of Our Digital and Real Lives

“Build better communities” was one of the mantras featured on at least one of the screens on stage at this week’s F8 developer conference. Hosted by Facebook, the intent was to showcase the latest innovations within the company to get buy-in from developers on how it can further extend its…

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With Work, Facebook Aims to Consolidate All of Our Social Engagement (and Data) Under One Platform

The battle for being social in the enterprise has heated up once again. Earlier this month, Facebook announced that it was launching a new offering specifically for businesses. Called Work, it’s intended to close the gap between the personal and the professional identities people have on the social network.¬†With the…

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62% of Consumers Prefer Facebook Over Pinterest & Twitter As Their Social Commerce Channel

In the world of social, all the platforms are looking to one-up each other and show that it’s possible to monetize their service. Lately, that has evolved beyond simple advertising. And it’s apparent what you’re seeing now — earlier this month, it was said that there were signs Twitter would…

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Rediscovering Parse’s Mission In A Mobile And Facebook World

More than a year ago, Facebook made a purportedly $85 million acquisition offer to Parse. When the deal went through, some wondered what the social networking company would want with a service that specializes as a mobile backend-as-a-service (mBaaS). In fact, Parse’s competitors sought to take advantage of the confusion…

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