In May, 2012, Facebook launched biggest tech IPO which traded at an initial price of $38 per share. But the stock seems to be lowered, taking the value below $20. The Stock has tumbled down by around 3% since its big launch in May. The IPO debut turned to be a big start by earning around $16 million of revenue. But it has been noticed that Facebook stock suffered since its launch and according to the trading report of Wednesday, it lost approximately 64 cents i.e. 3.2% per share taking down the value to $19.59 per share.
When was the last time you stood in a long, endless queue at the bank or bus station? Probably never or decades back, right? Or remember how restless you became when you faced a short power cut? Life seemed to have come to a standstill, didn't it? Or can you imagine how difficult life would be if you had to wait for hours, just to make a phone call to your loved ones? Mere thought is scary, right? It is really difficult to imagine how people survived without developed technology decades back; because in the present day world, a life without technology and its applications seems impossible.Technology has touched almost every aspect of human life, from business to personal relations, medicine to education, entertainment to communication and many more.
AVG Technologies USA, the internet and mobile security provider has announced a range of internet security products. It has been always popular in internet security consisting of all core components essential for protecting PC from virus attacks. The new products include AVG Antivirus Free and an over haul interface for all products including intuitive navigation and touch-compatible technology to complement the latest hardware and operating systems.
Facebook launched a new app called Facebook 5.0 for iOS on 23rd August, 2012 by Mark Zuckerberg, cofounder and CEO of Facebook. The original version was significantly the site's HTML 5 website wrapped around a mobile application. This version took long time to launch, very slow and also difficult to run. This new app though appears similar to the previous one, runs smoothly with high speed while launching and also is more organized.
Businesses across the world have one common understanding, it seems: tablets are the future. It's no surprise, in many ways; after several years of moderately unsuccessful projects, Apple did their usual trick of holding back until they had created pretty much what people wanted - at a price, of course. While it had its drawbacks - a lack of Flash integration, for example, it was a hit. The iPad has, to date, shipped 67 million units globally.