Wednesday, 16 April 2014

Mark Zuckerberg talks Facebook's 'failures' and why he's not impressed with Secret




Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg recently sat down for an interview with The New York Times and touched on a number of topics, covering everything from the company's perceived lack of innovation to his thoughts on new apps like Secret. When questioned on some of Facebook's "failures" in recent years, Zuckerberg admitted some of the company's ideas — Facebook Home chief among them — have failed to pick up any real momentum, but he said there are valid reasons for that. "The reception was much slower than we expected," he said of Home, the company's Android lockscreen replacement. "When you install it, it’s really active, and if it does anything that you don’t like, then you’ll uninstall it." Essentially, Zuckerberg believes that...
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