Facebook might have made a subtle change to its main logo last week, but that's not all that's happened in recent months. Take a look at the "friends" icon in your Facebook profile. You may or may not see a different image there.
The good news is that Facebook has an ever growing international business. The bad news is that, like Netflix Inc. saw last week, as it expands outside the U.S., it’s going to see more impacts to its financial results from currency fluctuations.
While you may have learned the symbol for pound as a child, that sign (#) today is called a hashtag. And in the world of Social Media, it turns any word or phrase into a searchable link. It is used so that users on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Google Plus can track and join discussions on topics based on hashtagged key words or phrases.
This statistic gives information on the most popular global mobile messenger apps as of March 2015, based on number of monthly active users. As of that month, 181 million users were accessing the LINE messenger on a monthly basis.
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