Teens Are Deserting Facebook For Facebook-Owned Instagram, Survey Finds


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www.gizmodo.com.au— If teens are the litmus test for what’s cool, Facebook is hurdling into mediocrity. A new survey indicates that slightly more than a third of American teenagers use Facebook at least once a month, a number that has only decreased over the last few years. More

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