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Facebook starts charging users to contact celebrities
www.guardian.co.uk
Facebook has started charging UK users up to £11 to send messages to celebrities and other people outside their circle of friends. It has just launched a test scheme in the UK with fees ranging from as much as £10.68 to contact a celebrity such as Olympic swimmer Tom Daley. It costs a standard 71p [...]
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Man’s ‘I own half of Facebook’ claim branded ‘fabrication’ by judge
www.theregister.co.uk
A US judge has recommended that the lawsuit of Paul Ceglia, the New York wood-pellet salesman who claimed he owned half of Facebook, be thrown out because it's a pack of lies. Magistrate Judge Leslie Foschio said that the alleged 2003 contract with Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg - which Ceglia claime [...]
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4 Tips for Using Facebook’s Redesigned News Feed
www.entrepreneur.com
The look and feel of Facebook's News Feed is getting a major overhaul. The social networking giant said the new design will emphasize content from your friends and the brands you've liked with larger and more vibrant photos, articles, videos, events and maps. Additional updates include a left-han [...]
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Facebook tests new gifts prompt, bookmark ads on mobile
www.insidefacebook.com
Facebook appears to be testing a new ad unit on mobile (sponsored apps in the bookmarks bar) and has started putting birthday notifications in the mobile News Feed, accompanied by a prompt to buy that person a Gift. [...]
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Facebook’s Android OS will be called “Facebook Home”
www.slashgear.com
Last week, we reported that Facebook is planning on revealing its own customized version of the Google Android operating system . They will be debuting their “special” version of the Android OS onto one of HTC’s devices. It’s speculated that it will launch on a new HTC device, however, there [...]
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Facebook’s message charge shows how to make money out of desperate fans
www.guardian.co.uk
One of Facebook's strangest revenue-building schemes of recent times is its new decision to charge civilians to send messages to celebrities. Messaging Tom Daley, for instance, will cost nearly £11. Miranda Hart, meanwhile, is 71p. Facebook's aim, it selflessly claims, is to reduce the amount of [...]
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