On Tuesday, the most popular social networking site said that it had completed a “talent acquisition” from Strobe Corp. The contract, however, will not include any of Strobe’s technology, confirmed Facebook spokesman Jonny Thaw.
Facebook said in a statement:
“Founder and CEO Charles Jolley will join our mobile engineering team, and we’re looking forward to the major impact the Strobe team will undoubtedly make at Facebook,”
Facebook, the world’s No. 1 social networking site with more than 800 million users, didn’t disclose the financial terms of the deal yet. Moreover, it declined to say a word on how many Strobe employees were joining it.