When the Chinese commerce king goes public, it will mean a windfall for the Internet giant. Here are a few ways CEO Marissa Mayer may put that money to work.
The company's No. 2 executive responds to backlash over a psychological experiment conducted on nearly 700,000 of its users.
Almost 700,000 unwitting subjects had their news feeds altered as part of a study to gauge effect on emotion.
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The ability to anonymously peruse other people's profiles isn't just for creeps -- it plays a key role in the social network's usefulness and long-term success, a new book argues.
Like it or not, it looks like the selfie is here to stay. Check out the dozen or so tech terms that Merriam-Webster has added to its updated collegiate dictionary.
As an easy, seamless sign-in tool, the 'Log in with Facebook' button has many fans, but privacy concerns have been a roadblock to universal acceptance. That's about to change.
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