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Facebook tightens rules on gun posts
The world's biggest social networking site Facebook tightens its rules on posts relating to guns.
[BBC News] Yahoo cutting off access to services for Google, Facebook log-ins
It might be time to dust off your old Yahoo account.
[CNN Money] Is Facebook overvalued?
The social network is growing through acquisitions. But investors may want to take a second look at how they are valuing that growth.
[CNN Money] Can Facebook tell you where to live?
Figuring out where to live in a city can be one of the most frustrating things about moving. Does it have decent transit options? Are there good restaurants? Are the schools OK?
[CNN Money] Drone maker Titan could put Facebook in the clouds
The social networking company is reportedly in talks to buy the drone manufacturer.
[CNN Money] Bodice-ripping Mills & Boon novels? There's an app for that
Publisher Harlequin launches new ebook reader app for iPhone and iPad, tying into its existing website. By Stuart DredgeStuart Dredge
[The Guardian] Apology over Zuckerberg cartoon
A German cartoonist who depicted Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg as a hook-nosed octopus apologises for causing offence.
[BBC News] Facebook quietly ends email service
Facebook shutters its three-year-old email system that gave users "@facebook.com" email addresses, after acknowledging few used the service.
[BBC] Facebook quietly ends email service
Facebook closes its three-year-old email system that gave users "@facebook.com" email addresses, after acknowledging few used the service.
[BBC News] Facebook aims to 'connect the world'
Mark Zuckerberg unveils initiatives to bring the internet to the developing world at Mobile World Congress.
[BBC] Don't expect more WhatsApp-like deals
Don't expect Facebook's $19 billion WhatsApp purchase to set off a messaging app shopping spree.
[CNN Money] Did Facebook make a mistake with WhatsApp?
Facebook is paying around $19 billion for WhatsApp, in the fifth-largest tech acquisition of all-time. Will it prove bargain or bust?
[CNN Money] What WhatsApp has to do with Apple
Think of it, writes Kara Swisher, as the price Facebook must pay for not having a mobile OS.
[CNN Money] Researching Facebook business: The business of 'unfriending'
Establishing and maintaining relationships online is becoming ever more important in the expanding global knowledge economy. But what happens to the relationship between business and consumer when a user 'unfriends'? Researchers have found that there are many online and offline reasons why a (...)
[Science daily] What next for WhatsApp?
What's next now that Facebook has bought it?