“There is no basis to the claims and the investigation is now closed by police.”
No, this article is not satirical.
“I was racially vilified at The Coffee Nazi and all I got was this lousy t-shirt.”
Turns out if you do something nice, you might end up a hero on Facebook.
“Though this disease has impaired his ability to walk, move, and talk, his brain is unaffected. Therefore, his desire to partake in ridiculous things is still very much prevalent.”
Advertisers are going to get a chance to promote videos in their Tweets.
Many believed it was discriminatory.
A web without Facebook means mobile traffic would be devastated.
The L.A. County Sheriff’s Department kindly reminded people, “We do not know when Facebook will be back up.”
She says she was shamed for wearing a bikini and showing her stretch marks. “What great and amazing feat has YOUR body done?”
“The danger is that the groups want to out do each other and always take greater risks.”
There may never be anything better.
According to reports, that’s what a group of investors, including Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, are valuing the disappearing photo app company in funding talks. Snapchat, which has already raised $100 million in venture capital, turned down a $3 billion buyout offer from Facebook last year, a decision many observers mocked at the time.
She says that the marriage proposals, the anime art, and the fan pages are a “little bit much.”
When Louise Taylor complained about the state of Blue Sky Hostel in Glasgow, she didn’t expect the conversation to go viral. But after some angry responses from the owner and 700 comments later, it became a minor internet sensation.
It’s called Bolt, but it’s only launching in Singapore, South Africa, and New Zealand to get things started.
We’re all just guinea pigs in the great social media experiment of life.
“Do you have any dresses that don’t fit snugly under your bust?”
“I will not have legs like Victoria’s Secret”.
Yes, Facebook Addiction is a real thing.
“It may only be a small bungalow, but it is my bungalow, my land, my home.”
Facebook’s recent earnings results were a blowout, but the growth rate of its daily active users is dropping. That’s why its plan to bring the internet to the developing world is as much about its business as it is about philanthropy.
The company’s shares have now nearly doubled their IPO price.
“There’s a selfie for everything so why not?’”
The social network reports that 70% of its global employees are male.
Mobile advertising now represents 62% of the company’s total advertising revenue. The company reported its second-quarter earnings today.
Warning: This post contains satire.
The feature is similar to one tested in 2012, but the company said now was the right time to roll it out to the general public.