Los Angeles, April 25 : Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg went on a low-key vacation to Hawaii with his wife Priscilla Chan.
The couple was spotted exploring the island of Kauai in casual clothing and sandals, just like other tourists.
They also chose to go for Kauai's famous Bubba hamburgers and smoothies over lavish meals, reports eonline. com.
A source told E! News that the couple seemed happy and relaxed enjoying their getaway with a group of friends. He added: "They were very chill and down to earth!"(IANS)
Washington, March 8 : Social networking giant Facebook has announced a major overhaul of its homepage known as News Feed, unveiling a more visually stimulating stream of photos, videos and comments posted by friends that will also let users see more of the topics they are most interested in.
"We want to give everyone in the world the best personalized newspaper we can," said Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg Thursday at a news conference announcing the changes.
Various leading figures from the technology sector have launched a multi-million-dollar prize that will be awarded to the scientists who find cures for world's most dangerous diseases.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's sister Randi Zuckerberg has signed a two-book deal with publisher HarperCollins.
The two books that 30-year-old Zuckerberg will write include her memoir "Dot Complicated," and a children's picture book.
Washington, Feb 1 : Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has disclosed that his social networking giant's relationship with Google `isn''t one where the companies really talk'.
While answering a question about Facebook''s integration with iOS 6, Zuckerberg said the firms `are able to do a bunch of things because they have an open platform.'
According to Mashable, Zuckerberg right after described Facebook''s relationship with Apple.
London, Jan 12 : Social networking giant Facebook will ensure your messages will reach the inbox of the company''s CEO Mark Zuckerberg- but it will cost you.
The firm is asking users to pay 100 dollars for sending their messages to Zuckerberg, and some others selected members.
The charge is part of a test of a system designed by Facebook to both raise some revenue and reduce spam, the Telegraph reports.
London, Jan 10 : Social networking giant Facebook has issued invites for an event at its California headquarters next week, fueling rumours that the firm is planning to launch its own mobile phone.
The invite for the event says `Come and see what we''re building'.
While it''s possible thatFacebook is simply unveiling another update to its website, there have been frequent rumours that the company plans to make its own mobile phone, the Telegraph reports.
In what clearly was a flap of sorts related to the confusing privacy settings of the popular social network Facebook, Randi Zuckerberg - sister of Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg; and an ex-Facebook executive herself - recently complained about privacy breach on the network.
According to BuzzFeed, Randi Zuckerberg became a victim of Facebook's ambiguous and unclear privacy policies when a photo, which she posted to her `private' Facebook page, ended up all over the Internet.
Facebook cofounder Mark Zuckerberg and wife Priscilla Chan donated 18 million of their shares in Facebook to the Silicon Valley Community Foundation.
According to a recent report in the UK's The Sunday Telegraph newspaper, citing unnamed `inside' sources, Facebook and Yahoo are apparently discussing the prospect of collaborating on a Web-based search service.
New York resident Paul Ceglia - the man who claimed that he had signed a contract with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg for a 50 percent share in the social network - was arrested on Friday, on document forgery charges in a multibillion-dollar plan to defraud Facebook.
In what apparently marked the conclusion of a rather weird lawsuit which hit the social media company Facebook during its spectacular-growth phase, 39-year-old New York businessman Paul Ceglia - who claimed that he owned a 50 percent Facebook share - was arrested by the federal investigators on Friday, on charges which included fabricating and destroying evidence in a lawsuit seeking half-ownership of Facebook.
Close on the heels of the disclosure that it has surpassed the `1 billion users' landmark, social network Facebook rolled out its first major advertisement on Thursday; with the video commercial highlighting the `human' aspect of the social networking activity on the Internet, despite the fact that it does not involve any no face-to-face interaction.
Amid the falling Facebook stock and the increasing number of lawsuits tarnishing the social network's image, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is on a `public appearance' spree of late, apparently to project that everything is hunky-dory at the company!
Zuckerberg's recent public appearances - with one following the other - come after a few `quiet' months after Facebook's slipshod IPO attempt. He began making rounds in the public especially after the tech startup-centric TechCrunch Disrupt conference in San Francisco in September.
In a move which marks the substantiation of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's earlier statement that the popular social network intends expanding into the Google-dominated Internet search arena, Facebook is now roiling out a new feature which gives the users a peek at all the searches they have done on Facebook.
Addressing a standing-room-only audience at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference on Tuesday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg indicated that the social networking company would probably intensify its competition with Internet search giant Google, by giving its users more ways to search on its website.
With the risk-taking start-up culture of social network Facebook and its high-flying ambitions apparently colliding with harsh market realities post its mid-May IPO, the company - which was the most valuable tech firm to hit Wall Street - is now worth just about one-half of what it was three months back.
With a strikingly ambitious IPO, Facebook started trading publicly on May 18 at $38 per share. However, with the social network fast losing its luster on Wall Street ever since its IPO, the shares of the company closed at just $20.01 on Monday.
Bret Taylor, the Chief Technology Officer of social networking giant, Facebook is set to step down from his post soon.
Mr. Taylor is planning to start his own company in collaboration with Kevin Gibbs, an engineer at Google, he said. Meanwhile, Google confirmed that Gibbs is also leaving his job at the Mountain View company soon. The departure of Mr. Taylor comes at a time when Facebook is aiming to develop products and services to attract more developers to the site.
Mark Zuckerberg, co-founder of the globe's most popular social networking site Facebook suffered a loss $3.2 billion during this week as share values of his company declined around 16.5%.
The 28-year-old Mark has become the major loser in a recently published record of the globe's wealthiest individuals.
The Bloomberg Billionaires Index placed him as the 35th wealthiest individual in the globe with a $16.2 billion wealth.
As per the report, other Facebook fortunes also dropped in the week.
Mark Zuckerberg is a busy and happy man these days. I know that many readers will be shocked after reading the headline, but I have always compared the most popular social networking website Facebook with some major companies that do not operate in online space.
Facebook is used by lots of people across the world and the online social network is coming up with IPO, which will value it at nearly $100 billion and that's a massive amount one can put to an online company.
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