Facebook Inc CEO Mark Zuckerberg might need to talk more often. A 30-minute appearance at a technology industry conference earlier this week has translated into $6.785 billion in additional market valuation for his company.
The company is now completely moved out of its Palo Alto pad, and into the much more spacious Menlo Park facility it broke ground on last year.
The answers to these questions may seem inconsequential, but tech addiction is real, and it can have dreadful consequences.
According to a January study published in PLoS ONE, a journal of the Public Library of Science, people addicted to the Internet may experience chemical changes in their brains similar to those of alcoholics and other drug addicts. And that’s just the Internet — think about all the other aspects of technology we succumb to every day.
Check out the following ailments that you should avoid at all costs.
One of Anonymous’s largest Twitter accounts has helped get an alleged Twitter pedophile banned from the site in about an hour.
Early Thursday morning @YourAnonNews implored its 615,000 followers to report @many501611 to Twitter because of horrifically graphic photos of young boys posted publicly on the account.
Social network settles dispute with FTC over ‘deceptive act’ of making confidential information public without consent