What messages do you want see in your Facebook Messages inbox? The social network hopes to answer that question with new filtering options.
Facebook Messages, the company’s long-promised answer to email, now actually looks and functions a lot more like a typical inbox.
Facebook has taken a lot of flack for an aggressive, “opt-out” strategy around some of its products — specifically, the fact that your Facebook friends can tag you in Photos without your permission, and that they can now add you to Groups without your permission. Chief executive Mark Zuckerberg described some of the thinking behind that approach on-stage today at the Web 2.0 Summit.
Oh, AOL. The Internet giant, in mid-turnaround under CEO Tim Armstrong, can’t help but seem a bit bumbly still.
Facebook announced a new version of Facebook Messages today that could put the social networking site at the center of your online communication.
The catfight between Facebook and Google is nowhere close to being over.
When news broke on Friday that Facebook has purchased the FB.com Web domain from the American Farm Bureau and is using it “internally“, most of the writers at VentureBeat were scratching our heads. Was this related to the upcoming announcement of Facebook’s “Gmail-killer”?