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Facebook’s journey into mobile and its quest to further integrate the Social Graph into more apps

We all know that Facebook is doing quite well as a public company. One need only look at its last quarterly earnings where the social networking company revealed that it had generated $2.5 billion in revenue, a 72 percent increase from a year ago. It has also grown up quite…

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Facebook’s Acquisition of Oculus VR May Usher The ‘Second Life’ View of Your Social Graph

Facebook has gone ahead and made another bold purchase. On Tuesday, the social networking company announced that it had paid $2 billion in cash and stock for Oculus VR, the creators of a virtual reality headset useful in 3D gaming. Some were befuddled and chagrined by the move, wondering what…

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Thanks Zuckerberg: I Applaud Your Philanthropy Despite Your Motives

So by now you probably have heard that Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg, has done something pretty remarkable. Last week, he appeared on the Oprah Winfrey show on the heels of the upcoming release of The Social Network, an unofficial look at how the social network was started. But it wasn’t to…

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What The Movement Against Facebook’s Privacy Policy Is Really Saying About The Hype

This is a cross-blog post from Network Solutions Solutions Are Power website that I guest wrote. Originally posted on SolutionsArePower.com on June 3, 2010. In my last post, I talked about how privacy issues were affecting the way people view their social networks. In this post, I’d like to talk about…

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