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Facebook Keeps Existing Until Year 2075; Here's Why The Platform Will Be Around That Long

Update Date: Apr 18, 2017 07:55 PM EDT

Facebook is one of the most well-known social media platforms available now. Let's get to know what the future holds for it in the coming years.

What It It?

The platform is a social media website founded by Mark Zuckerberg. It was established in 2004 and over the past years, Facebook continues to provide networking services worldwide. The platform is considered as one of the most popular online tools for communication and networking.

Services Offered

Facebook has a lot of services to offer. This allows a user to interact with other people virtually, thru its online services like Messenger and Live. Just recently, they added a new feature called Stories.

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According to a report from CNET, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, predicted that Facebook would be one of the most popular websites for a long time, alongside Google. In an interview, Wozniak stated his prediction for 2075 and he thinks that it is one of the websites or online platforms that will still exist for a long time on the Internet and social media industry.

Meanwhile, Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg will deliver his keynote speech at the company's annual developer conference. He will look out onto the new world and competing aspects and will also talk about the recent controversies it has encountered.

This speech is different from last year, as some of these differences are outside Zuckerberg's control. Many have been inspired by the platform's unyielding efforts to produce ever more advanced services, to sojourn ahead of its arch-rival, Alphabet, and its latest opponent, Snap,per CNBC.

According to the source, Zuckerberg really believes that it will continue to grow in the coming years. Stay tuned for more updates about Facebook and the entire social network industry.

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