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WhatsApp users just got a taste of the old dictum, "If you're not paying for the product, you are the product." And not everyone liked it.
The "FMHR" traders discuss how investors should approach Facebook after Barron's says it could rally 20% over the next year.
Facebook's foray into gaming might be a positive move for mobile game companies, an analyst told CNBC's "Closing Bell" on Friday.
U.S. swimmer Ryan Lochte admitted on Brazil TV Saturday that he had exaggerated his tale of being robbed at gunpoint, but insisted he did not lie.
The week's news showed how Snapchat and WeChat have cemented their place in the ranks of big tech, investors told CNBC.
Recruiters at Facebook are rewarded for "diversity hires" with an internal point system, The Wall Street Journal reported.
With nearly $17 billion valuation, Snapchat is worth more than a number of other public tech companies, Recode reports.
Tencent's dominance of smartphones in China helped the social network and online entertainment behemoth rack up a 47 percent jump in profit.
Pinterest is launching "Promoted Video" in beta, which could be a game changer to grow revenue ahead of an eventual initial public offering.
Alphabet's Duo is testing whether users have room for yet another Google app on their home screen.
In a recent interview with Y Combinator, the Facebook co-founder and CEO offered tips for starting a company.
The move would potentially let millions of Apple TV users watch the streaming N.F.L. games, The New York Times reports.
Twitter denied on Thursday rumors that the social media messaging service will be shutting down in 2017, denouncing the claim as groundless.
The public can now send messages to U.S. President Barack Obama via Facebook Messenger, the White House announced on Wednesday.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Facebook's plan to stop ad blockers has been foiled, after Adblock Plus has found a way to strip ads from it, the Verge reported.
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