Toronto’s favorite online hangout will stop taking new members as the founders of the Bunz Trading Zone Facebook group focus their efforts into building a standalone app.
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Virtual reality’s boy wonder draws fire at Facebook trial
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The young entrepreneur credited as the brains behind Facebook Inc.’s virtual reality headset was accused in court of betraying a company that had worked with him to display the technology at a trade show.
Microsoft veteran will help run Chinese search giant Baidu
Baidu Inc. has appointed former Microsoft Corp. executive Qi Lu its group president and chief operating officer, granting the software industry veteran oversight over all aspects of the Chinese search giant’s business from sales to technology development.
Facebook announces 'fake news' offensive in Germany
Social media giant Facebook announced Sunday that it will introduce new measures to combat fake news in Germany, as Europe's largest economy and most populous nation enters an election year.
Sony entertainment chief leaving to focus on Snapchat
The head of Sony's entertainment business announced Friday that he is stepping down to devote energy to Snapchat as the startup behind the smartphone messaging app prepares to go public.
New language of technology in focus at Social Media Week Lagos 2017
The extensive impacts of technologies on communication and the consequent transformative effects on African communities in recent years will be the major focus of this year’s Social Media Week Lagos.
Efritin shuts Nigeria office, blames bad economy
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Efritin (pronounced ‘Everything’) has stopped further investments in Nigeria and has wound down operations, just 16 months after its official launch. Investigation showed that high cost of data and operational demands forced....
Twitter chief for China quits, hails its performance
Twitter's manager for China, whose appointment just eight months ago sparked controversy, has announced her resignation but welcomed the growing number of Chinese advertisers even though the service is blocked by Beijing.
Yahoo’s data breaches unlikely to derail Verizon deal
The second major hack of Yahoo! Inc. user accounts is unlikely to derail Verizon Communications Inc.’s $4.83 billion acquisition of the tech giant, with investors and the public becoming inured to near-daily...