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Facebook's enormous $19 billion deal with messaging app WhatsApp turned heads last month as some questioned whether the social app was really worth all that cash.
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Big tech firms like Facebook and Google want to bring the internet to the poor world, but their high-flying access points can be only part of the solution WHAT will it take to get the developing world online in a meaningful way? Simply hooking people up to the internet may not be enough.
Ilya Sukhar, head of product for Facebook developer services and the co-founder of Parse, the cloud service that Mark Zuckerberg and company acquired last year.
The recent purchase of WhatsApp by Facebook for $345 Million per employee caught people's attention.
Americans would want to take a funnywoman like Ellen DeGeneres along on vacation, while wealthier Americans would pick 'smart people' like Mark Zuckerberg or Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer.
Cat Del Buono's satirical comprehensive guide on "how to not get raped" is inspired by WikiHow, Cosmopolitan Magazine, the University of Colorado and other colleges' advice to women.
The 44-year-old Sandberg already sits on the Disney board and is said to have had conversations about her interest.
Bizzabo is set to release it's top 100 most desired speakers at tech conferences list tomorrow morning.
The top three most powerful chief executives ages 40 and under all lead tech companies in the San Francisco Bay Area, according to Forbes .
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Facebook's 29-year-old billionaire creator Mark Zuckerberg arrives on the opening day of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, on February 24, 2014.
"Building a hit app and finding people who will love it is really hard," said Ilya Sukhar, CEO of Facebook's mobile back-end service Parse, in a post on Facebook's blog.
Back in the early '90s, when Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg was still in middle school, having an email address set you apart from the crowd and people debated the viability of CD-ROM vs. the Internet, a group of tech pioneers changed the world.
As the web prepares to celebrate its 25th birthday, Gregory Walton takes a look back at the superstars fired into orbit by the revolutionary technology Arguably the first female internet star, Martha Lane Fox founded travel site lastminute.com with Brent Hoberman at the height of the dotcom boom in 1998.
Instagram, the mobile photo-sharing app, has signed a $50m advertising deal with US communications firm Omnicom Group, as Facebook, which acquired the app in April 2012, attempts to boost sales from mobile users.