• Facebook expands ads on Messenger

    Facebook continues to expand its revenue base as the newest addition to its Messenger application is revealed. Messenger, with over 1.2 Billion users worldwide, has been testing showing ads on its home tab for a while now, in Australia and Thailand since January. The company announced on Tuesday that...
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    Facebook Ramadan Report

    As one of the largest holidays being celebrated in the Middle East, the holy month of Ramadan is an important cultural annual event for many in the region due to its religious and cultural importance. It is the time of the year in which families and friends gather for...
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    Facebook’s F8 ends with a brain-melting surprise

    Facebook’s annual F8 Developer Conference for 2017 drew to a close yesterday with one of the biggest bombs to drop onto the tech world. Also Read ➤ Facebook F8 2017: Day one biggest announcements Facebook has been known to be a pioneer in the technology field, and has funded and...
  • Facebook F8 2017 Day one biggest announcements

    Facebook F8 2017: Day one biggest announcements

    At the annual F8 Developers conference held by Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg reintroduces the world to his master plan to take over the world through technology. Announced last year, the plan contains Facebook’s plan over a span of 10 years. The annual conference has announced several new technologies in their...
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    What is the mysterious Facebook rocket icon?

    A “rocket ship” icon appearing on the Facebook app, adjacent to the News Feed button, is prompting many users to wonder “what is the Facebook rocket ship icon?” Facebook’s News Feed algorithm is constantly evolving and now the social network has started experimenting with a rocket ship icon to...
  • Facebook Seeking Head of News Partnerships

    Why Facebook is Seeking for Head of News Partnerships?

    Millennial has a great advantage and it is being born in the age of the internet, they are not considered as tech savvy, they are tech sophisticated. They are adaptable, idealistic and they are more bold and blunt than baby boomers and Generation X. On the other hand Baby...
  • Think-Marketing-Article-Facebook-activated-Safety-Check-for-Cairo-but-not-for-Gaza-Syria-Beirut-or-Saudi-Arabia

    Why Facebook activated “Safety Check” for Cairo but not for Syria, Beirut or Saudi Arabia?

    Communication is critical in moments of crisis, but how to decide if you’re having a crisis? Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the company will activate the Safety Check feature for ‘other serious and tragic incidents of the future. But who will decide what is serious or tragic enough! Facebook Safety Check...
  • Facebook's Live Video Broadcasting Feature Is Rolling Out Worldwide

    Facebook’s Live Video feature is slowly rolling out to people across the world, having previously been restricted to US users, public figures and verified pages. International users won’t have long to wait, however, because the social network has confirmed it’s begun rolling out the feature globally. The in-app update...
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    Rising Star on Digital Media: Nogoum FM breaks into top 10 Media Facebook pages in Egypt

    Nogoum FM successfully changed the behavior of Egyptian youth and brought the attention back to radio stations with set of programs that can capture the interest of almost everyone. They show full understanding to the Egyptians habits and now once you are on a long trip or, stuck in...
  • Mark Zuckerberg Send Support to Muslims in Facebook Post

    Mark Zuckerberg Send Support to Muslims via Facebook Post

    Facebook Inc Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook said he supported Muslims in his community and around the world. Zuckerberg’s comments come after a rash of anti-Muslim sentiment following the attacks in Paris and the massacre in San Bernardino, particularly those made by leading Republican presidential candidate: Donald Trump. Trump...
  • A viral story of support In Egypt

    The Story of #SupportEgypt Profile Pictures

    Featured image courtesy: Mahmoud Abou Zeid, better known as Shawkan. The recent Paris terror attacks have raised even more awareness about using digital media for human-to-human solidarity and show empathy around the globe. Many social media spontaneous initiatives and hashtags gained media imediate attention like #PrayforParis and #PrayforLebanon. Facebook activated its ‘safety check feature’...
  • Facebook-Notify new standalone news App

    Facebook Notify, new standalone news App

    In its latest collaboration with publishers, Facebook launches Notify to flood your lock screen with breaking news. Notify, new standalone news App that delivers timely notifications about the things that matter to you, from the sources you love, all in one place. Facebook released Notify, for reading customizable breaking news,...
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    Lulic apologizes to Mohamed Salah "I am Sorry" in four languages

    Roma attacker Mohamed Salah faces a six-week spell on the sidelines after sustaining an ankle injury in Rome Derby over Lazio at the Stadio Olimpico. The Bosnian’s player Senad Lulic tackle on the Egyptian beloved player angered the Giallorossi coach who said that players need to be protected by referees but the injury...
  • Facebook Will Warn You If the Government is Hacking Your Account

    Facebook Will Warn You If The Government Hacks Your Account

    Facebook has launched a new feature that notifies users if their accounts have been targeted by government-sponsored hackers. In a post published on the Facebook Security page—which advises more than 1B Facebook users about how to secure their accounts—Facebook’s chief security officer, Alex Stamos said users would be notified “if we...
  • Mark Zuckerberg talk about social network 2004

    Mark Zuckerberg interview in 2004 about TheFacebook.com

    CNBC unveiled an Interview of Mark Zuckerberg  when he was still at Harvard 11 years ago. Mark Zuckerberg appeared on CNBC to discuss a social network that had 100K users when it was still known as TheFacebook.com “When we first launched, we were hoping for 400 or 500 people,” Zuckerberg...