Fun Facebook tricks and tips for 2014.

Facebook is the world's largest social networking website. Many of my friends started saying that Facebook is not as fun now, as it was wayback in 2009 or 2010. Well, we cyborgs get bored of the routine stuff. So, I decided to make a list of the best Facebook tricks, tips and secrets for 2014. You must be thinking that i will tell you the regular graph search and friend finder tricks? No! I and Mark personally sat down and found some of the best Facebook tricks and secrets that most people are … [Read more...]

Facebook buys Oculus VR for $2 billion

I am shocked after this, and will just share Mark's Facebook status with you guys - I'm excited to announce that we've agreed to acquire Oculus VR, the leader in virtual reality technology.Our mission is to make the world more open and connected. For the past few years, this has mostly meant building mobile apps that help you share with the people you care about. We have a lot more to do on mobile, but at this point we feel we're in a position where we can start focusing on what platforms will … [Read more...]

Facebook buys WhatsApp for 19billion USD

Facebook on Thursday gave a thumbs up to buy mobile messaging service WhatsApp for a wooping price of 19billion USD, making it the companies largest acquisition. According to the terms of conditions of the deal, all the 55 WhatsApp employees including its Founder and CEO will be given restricted stocks worth 3billion USD. It is being said that Facebook has bought the InstantMessagingService(IMS) for getting a foothold in the mobile messaging market.Below is a … [Read more...]

Facebook offered $1 billion to acquire snapchat.

Facebook reportedly offered $ 1Billion to acquire Snapchat in a bid. Evan Spiegel CEO of the photo-sharing app turned down the offer, although sources did not specify when the offer took place. Last year Facebook offered the same amount to buy Instagram. Snapchat claims that its users send 350 million photo-messages per day which will help Facebook to corner the market on popular photo-sharing app. … [Read more...]

Facebook removes privacy option for users to hide their profile in search results.

Facebook has changed its privacy policy and according to the new policy the "Who can look up your timeline by name?" setting has been removed and this means that now strangers can view your profile in search results. The option has been removed from the accounts of the users who did not enable it last year and in fact, Facebook has announced that now it is removing this feature from all accounts! The privacy option was very necessary after the launch of the Graph Search on … [Read more...]