Facebook’s First Purchase In India Focuses On Mobile Tech

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Posted 3 years ago

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Analyzing and enhancing the efficacy and efficiency of mobile apps, Little Eye Labs is up to the task as they join Facebook Inc. Facebook has, for the record books, their first purchase in India, the billionaire — Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg — being the fearless leader he is predisposed to being keenly aware of the need to step up efforts to edify FB’s status as the top gross seller of online advertisements. Google Inc. will be spared no quarter as the 2nd place competitor snapping at Facebook’s heels will feel the results, inevitably, of Zuckerberg and co. generating more of the company’s advertising capital from mobile. Facebook seems to be honing its focus towards that goal with the acquisition of Little Eye Labs.

“The Little Eye Labs technology will help us continue improving our Android codebase to make more efficient, higher-performing apps”

“(The company) is focused on producing useful and engaging mobile apps”

Both of these statements, above, were made by Facebook engineering manager Subbu Subramanian, who is based in Bangalore India.

Subramanian also said: “The Little Eye Labs technology will help us to continue improving our Android codebase to make more efficient, higher-performing apps.”

Sounds like a plan, indeed.

Rich Casale

 

– Rich Casale

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