Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, reportedly told staff that it needed to 'inflict pain' on Apple following the privacy debacle of 2018. Here are the details on this.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, in a company meeting, has said that Apple is charging 'monopoly rents'. Here is everything you need to know.
Apple's iMessage is Facebook's biggest competition, Mark Zuckerberg admits. Here's everything you need to know about this story.
During Mark Zuckerberg's hearing today before the U.S. Congress, a photographer was able to capture the Facebook CEO's notes, which were revealed to include points discussing Apple's failure to notify users of misused data.
A number of high profile names from the business world have already come out in support of Apple as the company fights against a federal court order to assist law enforcement in unlocking an iPhone involved in the San Bernardino shootings in California. Notably, current Google CEO Sundar Pichai offered his support to Apple, calling the move a "troubling precedent" if allowed to continue. Now, a couple of additional figure heads from the technology community have chimed in with an opinion, one in favor of Apple's stance on the case, and one supporting the FBI's position.
In a post to Facebook today that announced the birth of his baby daughter Max, Zuckerberg said that he would give away 99% of his shares in the social network.
The Madame Tussauds attraction houses many waxworks of famous folks from past and present, and alongside actor Leonardo DiCaprio and pop singer Rihanna, one of tech's most recognized faces has just been unveiled at the branch in Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco. Mark Zuckerberg, CEO and founder of the ubiquitous social network that is Facebook, has been cloned as a waxwork statue, and in-keeping with his image as the modern day, suit-less executive, he's seen sitting - without socks - in casual jeans and his trademark hoodie.
As far as weeks go, the last seven days haven't been too bad for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Following the well-documented IPO, which saw his web company valued at over $100 billion, he's announced - via none other than his 900 million strong social network - that he has gotten married.
In many ways they are extremely similar, but the news that Steve Jobs coached Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg still comes as a surprise, with the revelation coming as the Zuck was interviewed for a TV show by Charlie Rose.
It seems that no one can stop Facebook’s progress in the online world. With over 750 million active users and receiving more than 25% of all page views in the United States (besides being unbelievably popular elsewhere), the social network just keeps on growing.