Posts Tagged ‘Facebook’
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Three Billion Photos At Flickr(October 30, 2008 TechCrunch)
A Flickr user named Garrett Ryan Smith uploaded the 3 billionth photo to the site today. The last big milestone was 2 billion photos, a year ago.
I was surprised to hear One billion photographs were uploaded in one year in Flicker.
However, I am surprised at the number of sheets of the photograph of Facebook further.
They’re well behind Facebook, with 10 billion . And they’re falling further behind – a year ago Facebook had just 4.1 billion photos.
I put the photograph of Flickr in the blog, and am very happy.
It is very glad of me to be able to use the wonderful photograph that cannot be taken by the blog.
When it can meet a good photograph in the future, it is glad.
Thank you Flickr.
My best regards in the future.
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Microsoft to power Facebook search ads(July 24,2008 CNET News.com)
In the coming months, Facebook will begin powering its Web search and related sponsored text links with Microsoft’s technology, in an expansion of a strategic relationship between the two companies.
Microsoft and Facebook seem to have expanded the strategic partnership relation this time though Microsoft sound Facebook on purchase by the news before.
Because competing Myspace cooperated with Google in the Web search field, Facebook might have opposed it.
Or, does this become the chance of the Facebook purchase by Microsoft?
I want to pay attention in the future.
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Facebook Growth Explodes Globally, Levels Off In The US(July 23, 2008 TechCrunch)
Comscore has just released the latest data on Facebook growth patterns, which clearly show that Facebook’s recent push to expand abroad has paid off. The site has seen extremely high growth rates across Latin America, The Middle East, and the Asia Pacific. Europe, which accounts for a much larger user base, continues to grow at a steady clip as well.
Facebook accomplishes the rapid growth in foreign countries though the growth rate in the United States is almost a level-off.
It doesn’t go up to the topic so much in Japan after a Japanese version of Facebook is introduced before.
Does Facebook grow up in Japan?
However, it is remarkable in the rapid growth of Facebook if it says worldwide.