It’s no secret that Facebook and YouTube are in an allout war for the video market. But what most people don’t know? Facebook is actually winning that war right now with its new Facebook LIVE feature and has no plans to stop. That’s right. With its recent release of Facebook Live, the team at Facebook is […]
Video piracy is something with which people are suffering worldwide and not matter how serious reforms companies take, it looks like there is simply no stopping it for once and for all. Facebook, too suffers heavily from video theft from their website, however, the social networking giant seems to have taken things pretty seriously now. […]
Facebook shows you a lot of stuff on your news feed. Have you ever wondered how Facebook decides what you might be interested to see on your news feed? If yes, then we just have the right answer for you. Although it’s obvious that all of this works according to certain pre-developed algorithms, but a […]
Those who are associated with news related websites or publishers will definitely acknowledge the importance of social referrals, the links that people share on social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. Undoubtedly, they have become extremely important when it’s about reliable sources for incoming traffic and this can now be proved from the fact that […]
Since its inception, Facebook has brought a huge number of changes in its platform for both users and businesses. While it has become more user friendly in terms of customer-intuitive interface and privacy algorithms, it has also at the same time helped a large number of businesses to boon with the help of its advanced […]
Contact someone who is running a Facebook Page has now become extremely easy. Now you can simply head over to that person’s profile or you can even post comments. The social network giant recently added a feature which allows its users to send their messages directly to that business whenever you see an ad. Page […]
Facebook shares the desire to become the best– no denying, it is indeed the best! Delighted with the idea to become your favorite Internet TV, Facebook has taken a step ahead in its video streaming strategies. Watch Facebook videos in full screen, un-muted and ‘opt to view in the HD’ format even if you are […]
It seems that the day with Facebook is all green and sunny! Closing at an all-time High last night, Facebook registers a worth of $88.86 per share (valuing the company’s total worth at $250 Billion). On the other hand, Facebook teams up with Kaspersky Labs to counter and detect the extent of malicious software for […]
The session of long winded conversations, the feel of togetherness and the idea of making new friends will no longer remain the same! The unexpected news is here- Branch Media, the acqui-hired firm of Facebook, has finally decided to bring the site to the end. Well, they haven’t decided the fate of Potluck.it- though it […]
Hold your breath, and keep calm- if you are a Facebook user or a GIFs lover, then there is quite a piece of news for you! Facebook has officially announced that its latest update will be supporting the GIF format in the news feed. While the functionality will take some time before final implementation, currently, […]
In the world of some well-established brands, workaholic startups and failing businesses, there came a power that started with a roar! The Rising of this power named ‘Meerkat’ is nothing but a commendable onset of a successful application in the reign of Mobile App industry. Why Meerkat is a synonym of ‘awesomeness’? What makes Twitter […]
Pope Francis won’t get an official Facebook page.
WhatsApp, popular in its own right, seems to have been buoyed by its connection with social networking mammoth Facebook. In February this year, Facebook announced its $16 billion (plus $3 billion in restricted stock units for employees and the founders) acquisition plan of the popular mobile messaging platform (The Federal Trade Commission approved the deal […]
Facebook has already spent $1 billion to acquire Instagram and it looked like Snapchat was next on their target list. The social network reportedly offered $3 billion to acquire Snapchat, but the people at Snapchat said no. That’s bold.
According to a report, Zuckerberg has met with Samsung to discuss possible plans for a Samsung smartphone that would feature deeper Facebook integration.
And so, the world’s largest e-tailer has come forward with what it suitably calls Login with Amazon. It works in fundamentally the same way as Login with Facebook, but users can optionally connect their existing Amazon information
In light of mixed to poor reception for Facebook Home, the HTC First is now being delayed from its expected UK launch. What does this mean for Facebook?
Facebook will be releasing an update in the future which will bring features such as an app dock, folders, and more to their Home app.
Facebook Home has surpassed 500k downloads nine days after it hit Google Play. But reviews about it have been mostly bad.
Facebook Home is here, at least for a limited number of devices. The good news is that there is a way to get many other devices working with Facebook Home.
We are taking a look at why the newly released Home app is good for both Facebook and Google, and why Apple comes into the picture.
If a new rumor is to be believed, Facebook’s upcoming April 4th event will be focused on the social network giants first foray in the mobile operating arena. Like many before them, Facebook has opted to adapt Google’s Android OS to incorporate their own social media apps including Facebook Messenger, Photos and Contact applications. The […]
Thankfully, it is an opt-in system. Only those subscribers who choose to share their viewing habits will have said viewing habits become visible to their friends (and vice versa).
Facebook has introduced a revamped news feed for making home pages cleaner and more vibrant, but it’s going to take a while before it hits all users around the world.
Last week we reported on the LG Optimus G Pro, a 5.5-inch G Pro variant. Now the company has posted an official image of the handset to its Facebook page.
Alongside the Graph Search release just 9 days ago, Facebook put out a beta waiting list. Now, according to The Verge, reports have been coming in that Facebook is rolling out Graph Search to early beta users. We joined the waiting list just a few hours after the big event. However, we are having no luck accessing it.
Earlier today, Twitter introduced a new video sharing service called Vine. The main goal of the service is to have social networking users share videos instantly on Twitter and Facebook. The main drawback? Well, there’s a few.
Recently there have been many rumors of a Facebook possibly releasing a cell phone. However, Mark Zuckerberg has adamantly denied on two separate occasions, in July and in September, that these rumors are not true. However on Tuesday January 15th, Facebook has scheduled a press event. So the question is, what is the topic of this event?
For some time now, Netflix has wanted to integrate social media into their customer’s video watching experience. That has been prevented due to the United State’s Video Privacy Protection Act. The bill prevented companies from sharing customer’s watched videos without written consent from the customer.
Today Facebook announced that it is providing several new options for users and developers when it comes to viewing and creating ads that allow mobile app installation.
With Facebook’s acquisition of Instagram earlier this year, it is well known they have great interest in mobile apps. With that in mind, Facebook is now said to be working on a new app. This mobile app, set to be released in a couple of weeks, is supposed to be similar to that of Snapchat.
Hate Facebook for Android? You aren’t alone. The app is known for being a slow and terrible mess. The good news is that Facebook has finally recognized the problem and built a new version from the ground up. The latest update has better load and resume times, improved overall navigation and much more.
When recent Facebook app updates only came to the iPhone, some Android users started asking questions. If you look close enough, it’s not hard to notice the flaws of Facebook’s Android app. Just for starters, the entire app is just a webview of the touch website. The biased development of Facebook’s app may be due […]
It seems that Facebook is teaming up with carriers to provide a “social calling” service. The deal started with French carrier orange, and it will allow friends to make voice calls to each other, without the need for phone numbers.
The existence of a so-called “Facebook phone” has been a rumor that refuses to go away. Recently a new HTC handset called “Operaul” has been spotted in benchmarks. The actual name for the device is said to possibly be “Opera UL”. According to anonymous sources from Taiwan, that’s the name of an OEM product being made for Facebook.
Facebook finally received a new update to its iOS app today. What’s new and is it much of an improvement over the last version? First, it has been totally rebuilt so its easier to use than ever, and faster, too. What else is improved? The scrolling through the news feed is also faster, there is a new banner for news stores, and photos open up fast and easy.
When it comes to reading in the digital age, generally most users either turn to an e-ink reader or use a tablet. For those that love e-ink, Sony has a brand new Sony Reader PRS-T2 which includes 2GB onboard storage, microSD for expansion, public library leading and new enhancements which include paper-like page turns and optimization to its 6-inch screen that is supposed to work better for long-term ad-free reading. For good measure, a few new social features are coming to the e-reader as well.
According to Mark Zuckerberg through a Facebook Earnings Call today there is no reason to make an actual Facebook phone. Zuckerberg pointed out that Facebook is the most-used app on all mobile platforms, meaning that basically every phone out there is a Facebook phone.
WWDC 2012 is only a week or so away now and it is highly anticipated that we will finally see at least a beta of iOS 6. With that in mind, iMore created a wonderful piece talking about what features iOS 6 could possibly add, including what features it should borrow from existing platforms.
It’s been rumored for years that a “Facebook phone” was being developed by Mark Zuckerberg and the rest of the Facebook team, but what we’re talking about today isn’t the HTC Status. It’s a real deal Facebook-branded smartphone.
Facebook is getting bigger and better and it appears like they will be giving you more capabilities as the social site grows. The new feature that they are adding is file sharing, which will soon be available to all the groups and will allow members of a group to share files of up to 25MB with each other.