Facebook Developing 'Facebook at Work'

New service would let people separate their work identities from their personal Facebook accounts.
0:59 | 11/18/14

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Transcript for Facebook Developing 'Facebook at Work'
Lindsay my FaceBook testing new tool to help co workers stay connected. Ten FaceBook at work is what it's called it would allow users to send messages and create news fees without merging their professional. And personal account. Check out the new Smart suitcase came to business travelers and allows users to chop blocking way either carry on bag. Using an app on their phone the blue Smart is expected to retail for 250. Dollars. So United Airlines planning to make its Newark Airport terminal one of the most tech friendly in the country with 6000. Ipad's 101000 power outlets. Hoping to keep you passengers connected the religion should be completed by twin sixteen go and I can. Find an outlet and finally there is a mixed Toyota's first mass market car that runs on hydrogen seven gas. He goes on sale likely in the US next year can travel 300 miles and single tank of hydrogen and emits only water vapor if only I had to place the market in New York. Those music by some TJ I'm reunited.

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