Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg has claimed that Elon Musk, the owner of X, formerly known as Twitter, is not serious about holding a “cage fight.” In a post on Threads, a digital social media platform launched on July 5 as a competitor to X, Zuckerberg said he offered Musk "a real date" for the fight. … Continue reading Zuckerberg: Elon Musk not serious about ‘cage fight’
Mark Zuckerberg is training with UFC icons Israel Adesanya and Alex Volkanovski ahead of his rumoured fight with Elon Musk. It was suggested that the billionaires could lock their horns when Tesla owner Musk called out Facebook founder Zuckerberg on social media in June. Judging by these latest images Musk will have his work cut … Continue reading Zuckerberg training with UFC icons to fight Musk
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Social media giants essentially granted government officials the ability to censor and suppress speech in the name of fighting “misinformation,” by providing them direct access to flag posts and an open line of communication with senior executives, according to a report by The Intercept. The outlet found that the short-lived … Continue reading What Facebook and Twitter did to help Biden administration sensor social media contents
FILE- In this April 12, 2016, file photo, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks during the keynote address at the F8 Facebook Developer Conference in San Francisco. Facebook say Monday, May 23, that it is dropping its reliance on news outlets to help determine what gets posted as a "trending topic" on the giant social network, … Continue reading Zuckerberg to face trial over Facebook’s VR deal
Facebook and Instagram may be shut down across Europe, parent company Meta has said. Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com The issue comes down to European data regulations that prevent Meta, the company formerly known as Facebook, from transferring, storing and processing Europeans’ data on US-based servers. European leaders, however, have embraced Meta's warning. “After I … Continue reading What EU leaders think about Meta blocking Facebook and Instagram in Europe
META has hit major problems amid its biggest market value wipe-out ever. Mark Zuckerberg Social media giant Meta has delivered a gloomy outlook in its first earnings since undergoing a major rebrand in late 2021. The company suffered a staggering sell-off last week as its stock plummeted 26% and its market value plunged by more … Continue reading Is Zuckerberg’s Meta in trouble?
Thumbs down for Facebook as users opt to #DeleteFacebook in a further blow to social media giant. Facebook is suffering another blow this week as calls for users to delete the social media platform went viral on Twitter on Friday with the hashtag #DeleteFacebook. The unwanted attention comes after Meta - the parent company that … Continue reading Why #DeleteFacebook is trending on social media
A once-ambitious but now faltering Facebook-backed digital currency project known as Diem is dead, its assets sold to bank holding company Silvergate Capital. Photo by David McBee on Pexels.com Silvergate and the Diem Association announced the sale on Tuesday. Meta, which owns Facebook, did not have a comment. A Facebook spokesperson, however, pointed to tweets … Continue reading Zuckerberg ‘kills’ dream of a Meta-backed cryptocurrency
French regulators on Thursday fined Google and Facebook a total of more than 200 million euros ($226 million) for not making it as easy for people to opt out of online tracking as it is for them to accept it. The CNIL data privacy watchdog said its investigations found that while the U.S. online giants gave French … Continue reading France fines Facebook and Google over rights infringement
Social media giant Facebook is planning to rebrand the company with a new name next week. As per The Verge, the company is planning to change its name to reflect its focus on building the metaverse, according to a source with direct knowledge of the matter. The name change, which CEO Mark Zuckerberg plans to … Continue reading Facebook planning to change its name
The COVID-19 pandemic triggered the deepest global recession since the Great Depression, and pushed millions of households and businesses into economic hardship. But not all parts of the global economy have been suffering. Throughout the pandemic the ‘Big 5’ tech companies — Amazon, Apple, Alphabet, Facebook, and Microsoft — have seen their revenues and stock prices soar. … Continue reading Can governments tame the overwhelming power of Big Techs?
The term designates a cyberspace parallel to physical reality where a community of people can interact in the form of avatars. The concept was coined by author Neal Stephenson in the 1992 science fiction novel "Snow Crash". It refers to the merging of physical, augmented, and virtual reality in a shared online space. Some video … Continue reading Facebook transitioning to a ‘metaverse’ company – Zuckerberg
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg has hailed the so-called "metaverse", describing it as the "next generation of the internet and next chapter" for the company, he told investors in a conference call on Wednesday. The metaverse, short for "meta-universe", is a digital world where the real and virtual merge into a vision of science fiction and allows … Continue reading Zuckerberg hails ‘metaverse’ as the ‘next big thing’ in technology
The introduction of emojis has hanged the way we communicate digitally. These colourful icons have gone from cute pictures we use while texting to images laden with meaning. The emoji options represent a variety of things; from faces, food, transportation to to sports and relationships. With the rise of smartphones and social media, they have livened up conversations, … Continue reading The thrill of eggplant emoji in Kenya
Facebook Inc. won the dismissal of two antitrust cases filed by the federal government and a coalition of states when a judge threw out the lawsuits. The social media platform shares rose. U.S. District Judge James Boasberg in Washington on Monday granted Facebook’s request to dismiss the complaints, filed last year by the U.S. Federal … Continue reading Facebook wins lawsuit by the US government and a coalition of states