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The success of the social network’s new search tool will depend on how much information its users are willing to share.
One basic market trend—consumers’ rapidly shifting attention to mobile devices—forced many Web, software, and hardware companies to take big risks this year.
The social networking giant plans a new get-out-the-vote messaging drive on Tuesday.
By carefully logging students’ every action online, a company called Knewton says, it can personalize questions and lessons to help people learn faster. Skeptics say that’s not proven.
Trying to match Google’s immense index of the Web would be very costly—but Facebook could instead build search on top of the data we’ve already given it.
A study of 61 million Facebook users says a 2010 voting message increased real-world turnout by 340,000 votes.
A new technique could help companies like Facebook make money from your data without putting it at risk.