Web designer logo web designer nepal freelance web developer nepal web developer nepal
Home Tags facebook
Tags >> facebook
Oct 21
2011

Nepali Hackers group, Team Swastika hacks 10,000 Facebook Accounts

admin

Nepali Hackers Team Swastika group hacks 10,000 Facebook AccountsA group of hackers called Team Swastika published the details of 10,000 Facebook accounts on text sharing site, Pastebin.

According to the Hacker News, Team Swastika claims to be the most powerful hacking team in Nepal, their next target will be Nepal Government website.

Dec 06
2010

Facebook Unveils Profile Page Redesign

admin

facebook new profile of Nirmal GyanwaliFacebook announced a redesign of user profile pages. Some changes include a new introduction at the top of the page that tells viewers where you’re from, where you went to school, and where you work.

You can list projects you've worked on, classes you've taken, your favorite musicians, sports, teams, etc. There are images for your interests so your information is displayed more visually.

Aug 26
2010

Facebook chat drops support for IE6

admin

If you are using the Internet Explorer 6.0 till now to chat on Facebook, better move to an upgraded version.

Facebook in its blog said that chat feature will not be supported by IE6, better shove it under the carpet and move on. According to blog post, company will be dropping Internet Explorer 6 support for its chat application on September 15th, 2010.

Aug 22
2010

Facebook Launches Facebook Places

admin

Facebook has launched Facebook Places, a new tool which allows its members to automatically share their location with each other.

Jun 17
2010

Facebook “Like” button Comes to Comments

admin

Just when you thought Like was everywhere, it appears somewhere else. Sometimes, in the course of your comments, you’ll find something that you really like.  Now, you can express that thanks to Facebook implementing the Like function on all comments.

According to the Facebook Blog:

May 22
2010

Facebook to simplify Privacy Settings

admin

Facing growing protests over its handling of users' personal information, Facebook plans to make changes to the privacy settings available on the world's largest social networking website. But the steps, to be unveiled as early as next week, may not go as far as critics would like.

Lawmakers, regulators, privacy watchdogs and some Facebook users have unleashed a storm of criticism of the Internet company since it launched a program that shares user data with three third-party websites. A number of U.S. senators have called on Facebook to allow users to opt out of that program, which Facebook calls instant personalization.

Apr 20
2010

In Big New Product Push, Facebook Set to Launch 6.5 Million New Community Pages

nirmalgyanwali

In what amounts to a big new product push for the company, Facebook is turning previously static information in user profiles into links to 6.5 million new Community Pages. It’s also further clarifying the point of Pages, dividing out official ones for businesses, celebrities and other known entities from from the “community” ones.

These move will help Facebook more clearly identify what users care about — and help it achieve higher search engine results for Community Pages on any topic imaginable.

Feb 06
2010

Facebook revamps home page

nirmalgyanwali

The popular social-networking site has tweaked its home page yet again. This time around, the redesign puts more of Facebook's core features and settings right on the home page. The goal is to spare users from having to jump from one page to another to access their favorite features.

The redesign was rolled out to the first group of users on Thursday, Facebook's 6th birthday. As of Thursday evening, 80 million out of Facebook's 400 million customers should have received the new home page, according to Inside Facebook.

Feb 02
2010

New Facebook craze can violate terms of service

nirmalgyanwali

If you're one of Facebook's 350-million-plus members, you've probably noticed a handful of people on your friends list changing their profile photos to pictures of celebrities, cartoon characters, Muppets, and other notable figures recently.

That's because an unofficial viral craze called "Doppelganger Week" has arisen on the social network. To participate, you change your profile picture to a celebrity or otherwise notable figure whom you resemble (or like to think you resemble).

Jan 12
2010

Facebook CEO Zuckerberg causes stir over privacy

nirmalgyanwali

facebook nepal, facebook privacy, nirmal gyanwali, facebook nepalFacebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's contention last week that privacy is becoming less important to online users caused a stir across the Internet and among privacy advocates.

Zuckerberg told an audience at the 2009 Crunchies Awards ceremonies in San Francisco on Friday that social norms are changing and people don't expect or want nearly as much privacy as they have in the past.

Jan 10
2010

Facebook 'bra colour' status update goes viral 'raising breast cancer awareness'

nirmalgyanwali

Thousands of female users - and some male ones - began updating their statuses on Friday with “beige”, “hot pink”, “crimson red”, “sexy black and gold” or even “nothing”.

As online confusion raged and dozens of bloggers speculated about its meaning, it was disclosed it was part of a new campaign to help raise awareness for breast cancer.

Dec 08
2009

3 Ways Facebook Is Improving Online Safety

nirmalgyanwali

Facebook recently has made headlines for the ways in which it is calling attention to the challenges of online safety, particularly with respect to social networks. On Monday, Facebook launched a Safety Advisory Council -- one of a number of ways the social networking site is trying to batten down the hatches and provide a safer online environment.

- Facebook's Safety Advisory Board comprises five leading Internet safety organizations from North America and Europe that will advise Facebook on online safety policy. The members of the Safety Advisory Board are Childnet International, The Family Online Safety Institute, Common Sense Media, ConnectSafely and WiredSafety. One of the council's first projects will be to overhaul the safety information at Facebook's Help Center with the goal of providing more comprehensive resources and including content that's specifically tailored to the needs of parents, teachers and teens.

- Facebook is active in MTV's A Thin Line campaign, aimed at helping teenagers stop the spread of digital abuse. MTV's A Thin Line campaign debuted this month and urges Internet users, especially young people, to "draw the line" line between digital use and digital abuse.

Dec 02
2009

An Open Letter from Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg

nirmalgyanwali

It has been a great year for making the world more open and connected. Thanks to your help, more than 350 million people around the world are using Facebook to share their lives online.

To make this possible, we have focused on giving you the tools you need to share and control your information. Starting with the very first version of Facebook five years ago, we've built tools that help you control what you share with which individuals and groups of people. Our work to improve privacy continues today.

Nov 23
2009

Woman Loses Health Benefits for Happy Pics on Facebook

ashley

web designer nepal, web designer from nepal, web developers, nepali web designersA Canadian woman claims she has lost her health benefits after her insurance company used her Facebook pictures as evidence that she was no longer depressed.

Nathalie Blanchard had been on sick leave for a year from her job at IBM in Bromont, Quebec, after being diagnosed with severe depression. The 29-year old was receiving sick pay from insurer Manulife.

Nov 22
2009

Fishbowl Puts Facebook on Your Desktop

nirmalgyanwali

If you’re looking to bring Facebook to the Windows desktop and Twitter-centric update tools like Seesmic or TweetDeck are too limiting for you, you might want to take Fishbowl for a spin.

The app, built on Microsoft Silverlight 4, features photo browsing and zoom, photo slideshows, drag-and-drop image uploads and a completely ad-free way to browse and update the news feed. It works on XP, Vista and Windows 7, and just became available for download.

Nov 08
2009

Facebook Adding Half a Million New Users Every Day

nirmalgyanwali

facebook nepal, facebook,nepal,nepali facebook users,facebooknepal,nepal social networkIt’s no secret that Facebook is humongous: 300 million users humongous. Yet it still shocks us that it keeps on finding new users to fuel its ascent into the social media stratosphere.

A little over a year ago (August 2008), Facebook reached 100 million users. And now according to AllFacebook, that number is now a staggering 325+ million users.

Nov 08
2009

Internet Users Aren't Isolated: Thank Facebook

nirmalgyanwali

facebook nepal nepal it professionalsInternet users are not as isolated as sociologists thought, but we've known that all along. Rather than isolating Americans, a new study finds the Internet broadens our social circle, and Facebook gets particular credit.

The Pew Internet and American Life Project found that "Americans are not as isolated as has been previously reported. People's use of the mobile phone and the Internet is associated with larger and more diverse discussion networks."

<< Start < Prev 1 2 Next > End >>

Publish Article

Welcome!

Nirmal: Freelance web designer and developer from nepalMy name is Nirmal, a Web Developer and Entrepreneur based on Sydney, Australia. I am well versed with Open source CMS and portal frameworks like Joomla, Drupal, Wordpress.

Popular Tags

Content View Hits : 12257548