Posted: June 2nd, 2010 | Author: admin | Filed under: Facebook | Tags: Facebook, social networks, spam attack
Facebook does not come to rest. After the Social Network in the last week, links to the victims of defective video, now provides a new spam attack for further unrest. Viewing a rigged Facebook page here provides that all contacts of a Facebook user be careful with spam.
A defective Facebook page currently provides for increased risk of spam. As researchers from Trend Labs report, currently rampant a malicious Facebook page that encourages you to look funny excuses. Facebook users should not be relied on “Click Here To View The 10 Lies” on the page called “10 girls ran ALWAYS tell guys! funny click “. Otherwise they risk the entire Facebook contacts to bombard you with spam.
Posted: February 26th, 2010 | Author: admin | Filed under: Facebook, Games | Tags: ea sports games, Facebook, mafia wars, social networks, ubisoft
Great games producers see Facebook as a communication and marketing channel. Facebook and online games such as Mafia Wars Farmville attract more and more Facebook members. 400 million Facebook members are 400 million potential players, and thus 400 million potential customers. Or so thought have in recent months, many games producers have chosen Facebook, and therefore their favorite platform. Industry giants such as EA, Ubisoft and Namco give accordingly no openings and are one of the party. Wave height of the Games: In November of last year, EA bought the forged Up Games Play fish – at a cost of approximately $ 400 million!
Playfish previously stood behind the two Facebook games “Who has the biggest brain?” And “Pet Society”. Only a short time later, EA announced savings of up to 1,500 jobs to want to. On the one hand a clear contradiction, the other a sign of how important social networks have become for the gaming industry. Even in difficult times, no way around Facebook and Co. out of this. Even further acquisitions include EA made in this connection.
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