The social network sends out an invite to a November 1 press event for its gifting service, but offers no other clues about the upcoming news.
The social networking giant has scotched a couple of events -- including one for Facebook Gifts -- scheduled this week because of the hurricane.
The social network continues its quest for e-commerce dollars with new Facebook Gifts partnerships.
The Facebook Gifts event is on again, this time for November 15, a little deeper into the shopping season, after Hurricane Sandy forced a postponement.
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People have gotten used to how the social network works. And that's a problem when the company releases new products.
Sure, sending gifts via Facebook could eventually become a $1 billion business. But for now, it's key in other ways vital to the social network's future.
Scientists say eating bugs is nutritious and a common sense measure to fighting hunger.
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