Facebook seems to be ever evolving and constantly changing, now it looks like the social-media giant will be hosting yet another meeting to discuss the future of the service later on in June.
Several press-outlets have started receiving the invites for the June 20, 2013 meeting. This time around the invites were sent through the actual postal service, rather than the standard evite. Joanna Stern, ABC News, was one of the first recipients to post the invite online. The Facebook letter states that the company has “a small team has been working on big ideas.” Once again this event will be held at Facebook’s HQ in Menlo Park.
Facebook recently launch Graph Search and the Facebook HOME for Android devices, along with a new Facebook News feed that is still rolling out to customers. Since then there really hasn’t been any rumors that would indicate what the company could be putting out next. We will keep you update as more information becomes available.
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