A social media company copies another social media company. Time to go post on our Instagram stories while watching Snapchat spotlight videos!
Zuckerberg and Facebook are reportedly building a Clubhouse clone… just 6 days after Marc first... Read More
Apple‘s iOS 14 will implement a new privacy rule, where developers will need to ask users’ permission to track them across mobile apps and websites.
However, the new privacy rules won’t be live when iOS 14 launches in autumn, but... Read More
Facebook updated its policies on political ads.
Zuck had this to say regarding the change,
The US elections are just two months away, and with Covid-19 affecting communities across the country, I’m concerned about the challenges people... Read More
Tired of political ads clogging up your Facebook and Instagram pages? Now there’s a way to stop seeing them.
Through your Facebook app settings
In the Facebook app, tap the menu button (three horizontal lines in the bottom right... Read More
Dolby has announced a new update to their Dolby On music and video recording app for musicians that brings livestreaming to the platform.
The app lets musicians and performers record music and video content on their mobile devices. It includes... Read More
This week – Facebook said it will allow users in the U.S. to opt out of seeing social issue, electoral or political ads from candidates or political action committees in their Facebook or Instagram feeds.
Facebook will start by giving a small... Read More
Facebook provided millions of North American users a great method to leave the platform, and now it applies to the whole world.
Facebook’s Data Transfer Project (DTP) tool is now available to all users worldwide, providing billions of users... Read More
Facebook has introduced a new Manage Activity tool that lets users bulk delete or archive old posts. The tool helps people get rid of reminders of old relationships, unprofessional posts, cringe-worthy posts, or old posts that no longer reflect their... Read More
Sick of getting Zoombombed? Facebook started rolling out its video conferencing competitor dubbed Messenger Rooms.
Located within Messenger, Rooms probably doesn’t feel as corporate as Cisco WebEx, Zoom, Google Meet or even Skype for... Read More
With armies of people now working from home because of the COVID-19 pandemic, organizations everywhere are scrambling for software that supports videoconferencing, remote team collaboration, virtual classrooms and other activities.
The scale and... Read More
Amazon is removing products for sale in its marketplace that claim to treat or protect against coronavirus, according to an email obtained by CNBC.
The company told merchants who sell on Amazon.com that any products claiming to treat the... Read More
The rate of cord-cutting in the US has been exaggerated, according to a report by VAB.
In the survey, ‘A Culture of Extremes: Exposing the Myths About Video Viewing Behavior’, VAB argued that pay-TV remains the leading video distribution... Read More
Facebook is putting its heavy stamp on a pair of key acquisitions, with plans to add its name to Instagram and WhatsApp, according to The Information.
The rebranding will result in “Instagram from Facebook” and “WhatsApp from... Read More
Facebook is preparing advertisers for the “clear history” tool that will let people erase their personal data from the social network, affecting ad targeting.
On Tuesday, Facebook announced the long-awaited “clear history” feature would... Read More
WhatsApp has urged its 1.5 billion users to upgrade the app after the Facebook-owned platform discovered a vulnerability that allowed a spyware to be installed on users’ phones via the app’s phone call function.
The... Read More