Facebook Wins Trademark Case Against Local Food & Beverage Company in China

Facebook Wins Trademark Case Against Local Food & Beverage Company in China

Facebook has won a recent trademark case in China against a local company who have used "face book" for their food and beverage products in the country. The social network giant has filed a case against Zhujiang Beverage in the past due to their usage of the popular name on their products.

Facebook is Down Right Now, and It's not the First Time! Error Message Says 'Sorry, something went wrong'

Facebook is Down Right Now, and It's not the First Time! Error Message Says 'Sorry, something went wrong'

21 April 2016: Facebook Goes Down in the UK!! "Sorry, something went wrong" Says the Message

Facebook is down right now in the UK, with thousands of users complaining that they are unable to access the social network.

Many users say they can see an error message that reads "Sorry, something went wrong. We're working on it and we'll get it fixed as soon as we can."

Instagram, owned by Facebook, also seems to be suffering problems.

Blackcock Inn: Facebook Suspends Small Pub's Account Over Racist, Offensive Name

Blackcock Inn: Facebook Suspends Small Pub's Account Over Racist, Offensive Name

Facebook may have damaged a small business of a pub by suspending their account based on the assumptions that their name was racist or contained offensive language. Named as the Blackcock Inn, the family business has been run for 175 years. Manager Lee Garrett said that the account he made for the inn was suspended by the social network giant. He was unable to log in and all of the posts have been taken down.

Facebook Drops Adobe Flash For Videos, Uses HTML5 By Default Instead

Facebook Drops Adobe Flash For Videos, Uses HTML5 By Default Instead

Facebook has landed a blow to the ailing Flash platform by dropping it and using HTML5 instead for all of their video content both on desktop and on their mobile app. Flash has received several blows from the tech industry mainly because of its vulnerability for exploits and hackers. Earlier this year, Facebook Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos announced that he would like Adobe to stop the dying platform once and for all.

Facebook at Work Officially Launching for Businesses, Companies in 2016

Facebook at Work Officially Launching for Businesses, Companies in 2016

Facebook is preparing for the official launch of the business-oriented version of its social network, which has been tested by selected companies for several months now. Facebook spokeswoman Vanessa Chan said on Thursday that the professional edition of Facebook will be made available in 2016.

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