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Tagtile - Universal Loyalty Card

Tagtile is your universal loyalty card. If you have ever lost a punch card from your favorite store, left them in your other pair of jeans, or...

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TagTiles Multiploying

Decide who is today's master of multiplications in this fun multiplayer game. Try to stay ahead of your opponents with quick answers and by...

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Facebook's acquisition spree continues with TagTile

It's another play in mobile for the social network, this one focusing on commerce.

By April 13, 2012


Facebook: Five things to watch for in 2013

A new ad network and more ways to sell you things through your phone are among the developments you should expect to see in the coming year.

By December 20, 2012


Suddenly, Facebook seems all about the money

Facebook has been cranking up its efforts to generate cash in recent months, although few of those efforts will show up in the company's third-quarter results on Tuesday.

By October 22, 2012


Ahead of earnings day, Facebook manages expectations

The stock market is an unforgiving place these days. So why not help shape the blizzard of coverage that's set to take place later this week?

By July 24, 2012


Facebook acquires mobile-bookmarking service Spool

The social-networking giant is paying for the company's five employees, not its technology.

By July 14, 2012


Facebook's aggressive approach to solving its mobile problem

The social network knows that if it can't get its mobile act together, revenue may well take a hit. So it's busting out the wallet to scoop up talent and technologies.

By May 18, 2012


After Facebook IPO, Zuckerberg's hardest test awaits

Facebook is about to pull off a record-setting IPO, but Mark Zuckerberg will then need to satisfy added pressures on the company to boost its bottom line.

By May 15, 2012


Facebook IPO: A bet on 'King' Zuck

Mark Zuckerberg will wield near total control over Facebook's future. Some fear that once the hype dies down, the situation could lead to problems no one will be able to do anything about.

By May 5, 2012