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  • National rowing group eyes Fox River site in St. Charles

    National rowing group eyes Fox River site in St. Charles
    A national rowing group with ties to the Winklevoss family is looking to invest about $2 million in St. Charles to establish a professional rowing club in the Fox Valley and increase the number of young people involved in the sport. Representatives from...
  • Facebook makes it easier for users to share less

    Facebook makes it easier for users to share less
    Facebook will be making it easier for its users to share less. Among the new privacy policies announced Thursday was a change to the default sharing setting for new users. Instead of their first posts aumoticatically being shared with everyone, even...
  • Why Is Mark Zuckerberg Suddenly So Concerned About Privacy?

    Has Mark Zuckerberg had a change of heart? For years, the Facebook CEO pushed users to share more and more, much to the ire of privacy advocates. But on Thursday, the company announced that it will make it easier for users to share less, changing the...
  • WhatsApp to offer voice calls on popular messaging app

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Just days after agreeing to sell itself to Facebook in a $19-billion deal, WhatsApp made waves again Monday, this time announcing it plans to offer voice calls on its popular mobile messaging service. WhatsApp Chief Executive Jan Koum...
  • Mark Zuckerberg: WhatsApp worth even more than $19 billion

    SAN FRANCISCO -- The hottest ticket at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain: Mobile king Mark Zuckerberg. The Facebook chief executive, fresh off his empire-building move to buy popular mobile messaging company WhatsApp for $19 billion, took...
  • Facebook's clout in wireless industry is growing fast

    Facebook's clout in wireless industry is growing fast
    SAN FRANCISCO — Less than two years ago, disillusioned investors were fleeing Facebook Inc. stock, worried the company would never figure out how to make the leap to mobile devices from personal computers, let alone make money on them. Now, more...
  • Google executive: We did not bid for WhatsApp

    Google executive: We did not bid for WhatsApp
    A top Google executive has denied reports that said the Silicon Valley tech giant made a $10-billion bid to purchase WhatsApp, the messaging service that was recently acquired by Facebook. Last week, Facebook announced that it had agreed to pay $19...
  • SXSW: Forget Music and Movies, Interactive is Where the Drama Lies

    South by Southwest may be a haven for music and film lovers, but it has increasingly become known as a geek hotspot. SXSW Interactive, now entering its 21st year, officially surpassed the music festival in terms of paid attendees in 2010, with 14,251...
  • Facebook and the simple pleasures of procrastination

    The 10th birthday of Facebook last week caused me to recall my miserable pre-Facebook existence, when methods of procrastination were sorely limited. As a stay-at-home writer, phone calls were unruly and hard to control. What if the other person...
  • Is Mark Zuckerberg feeling $11.9-billion richer?

    Say Mark Zuckerberg decided to cash out of Facebook today and move to a desert island. He could take $11.9 billion with him. That was the Facebook CEO's net appreciation on company stock holdings in 2013. (With those kinds of stock gains, that $992.2-...
  • Facebook to buy WhatsApp mobile messaging service for $16 billion

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Facebook has agreed to buy popular mobile messaging company WhatsApp for about $16 billion in cash and stock, the giant social network said Wednesday. WhatsApp's current owners would get $4 billion in cash and about $12 billion in...