You might want to rethink uploading a picture of your latest ticket purchase.
It’s a Beautiful Day to be Bono, because the frontman of Irish rockers U2 has become the world’s richest pop star thanks to his stake in social media giant Facebook. As The Mirror reports, Bono’s 2.3 per cent share of Facebook he purchased for £56 million (AUD$121 million) in 2009 is now worth a massive
A new challenger appears. Facebook is reportedly set to throw its hat to the ring with Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal and the rest by launching its own music streaming service. Music Ally reports that the social networking giant is currently in talks with labels over “the ad-supported monetisation of music videos”, which it will follow-up
Facebook is looking to go head-to-head with YouTube by introducing music videos onto the social media platform. As Billboard reports, Facebook is said to be working on licensing deals with major labels in order to develop a music video trial. By the end of the year Mark Zuckerberg and co. want to conduct a test
Facebook’s announcement of its new listening in feature, which recognises what song, TV show or movie is playing in the background while you update your status, has been met by harsh criticism from users who have labelled the app “creepy and dangerous.” Facebook said last week it will soon introduce “a new, optional way to
Eminem‘s publishing company, Eight Mile Style, is taking Facebook to court, claiming the company used a song in an advert that’s substantially similar to Em’s Dr Dre-produced track Under The Influence without permission from the Detroit rapper. However, Facebook’s lawyers are hitting back with the accusation that their song actually sounds like an unspecified Michael
Just when you thought the company already too closely resembled that of the Imperial forces from Star Wars, it’s been revealed that they are probably even more evil – Facebook will now be charging us real-life money to contact celebrities via the social medium. It’s almost like no amount of money will ever keep Zuckerberg
Facebook’s recently unveiled redesign will boast a News Feed dedicated solely to music. The revamping is part of Facebook’s aim to make the default landing page less cluttered and allow for greater personalisation over what articles appear in the user’s News Feed. With that in mind, Facebook have introduced a list of specific feeds, each
It appears Instagram will be following in the footsteps of parent company Facebook. According to many users all over the world, Instagram is contacting users and requesting they submit photos of official government identification. What makes this worse is that no reason has been given for the requests, and both FB and Instagram accounts are
So, you’ve just finished going through the much-sought-after fully customisable privacy settings on your Facebook account. I bet you’re feeling pretty safe. Well you shouldn’t be, not even slightly. The latest addition to the social network is a search engine that will give just about anyone the power to lurk to their hearts content. Graph
Despite taking a very hands-off approach with their social network baby, Facebook‘s soon-to-be-implemented amendments to Instagram are sure to leave a bad taste in many whose accounts are not set to private. To kick in over the coming days, Instagram will be launching an official website service for users. Up until now, those with profiles
Facebook will start cracking down on fake ‘Likes’ in an effort to reduce the amount of spam and malware used by black marketeers using the platform as a way to boost advertising opportunities. The Age reports that a growing market for fake ‘Likes’ has developed to help various companies raise their social profile, purchasing thousands
It’s that time of year once again where Facebook is brought before the US Securities and Exchange Commission for its quarterly report. The findings for the past 12 months of the company have shown that around 6.4% of all accounts are fake, misleading, and in some instances, dangerous. Sure, that means that 93.6% of accounts
Billboard have reported that Facebook has ended on its first public quarter with a drop in share prices of more than 10 percent.Despite Facebook boasting a gain in user numbers and reporting stronger-than-predicted revenue yesterday, the company’s stock dropped $2.74 in after-hours trading.
The Sydney Morning Herald reported that during the first day of trading Facebook shares plunged 11 per cent due to Nasdaq bungling the initial public offering.
It’s been a pretty big week for Zucker: scoring a cheeky billion or so after publicly listing Facebook on the NASDAQ and marrying his long-term girlfriend, Priscilla Chan.
Facebook‘s shares have finished 23 cents higher than their opening price after a rollercoaster first day of trading in the USA.
Facebook has launched a new ‘Listen’ button – allowing users to listen to music on the social networking site’s artist pages.
The new Bob Marley documentary Marley will stream on Facebook simultaneously on its release date in American cinemas, Billboard reports.