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Facebook Messenger Kids For Android Released Today

02/14/2018, Facebook launched a kid-friendly version of its Messenger app last year called Messenger Kids. It lets parents set up an account for their kids which they can then use for one-on-one or group chats with contacts that have been approved by parents. The...

Facebook Introduces New ‘Lists’ Feature For Status Updates

02/14/2018, Facebook’s status update feature has evolved over the years, where previously it used to be where people would post the most inane of things. While we suppose people still do that from time to time, like we said, the feature has evolved and according to...


Facebook Watch To Include A New Section For Breaking News

02/12/2018, If you’re the type that loves to stay on top of the news and things happening around the world, a good way to do so would be to look out for “breaking” news articles. We had previously heard that Facebook was planning on add a “breaking” label...

Facebook To Start Allowing In-App Subscriptions For iOS Devices

02/12/2018, Developers looking to sell apps for iOS devices typically go through the iTunes App Store, in which Apple will then take a cut of whatever money developers make from selling the app. This too applies to in-app purchases and subscriptions, which can be a...

Unilever Threatens To Stop Advertising On Facebook And Google

02/12/2018, Companies like Google and Facebook make a big chunk of their revenues from online ads. The companies make tens of billions of dollars annually from their ads business, relying on major corporations and even individual users to spend money on their ad...

Facebook’s New Show Stars Elizabeth Olsen

02/11/2018, It’s no longer uncommon to see internet companies spend significant sums of money to pick up original content. Apple has been investing heavily in original shows while Amazon has long been investing in original TV shows and movies. Facebook is doing...

Facebook Testing ‘Downvote’ Button For Comments

02/08/2018, Back in the early days of Facebook, users could react to posts by “Liking” them, but that was the only thing they could do. We had heard that Facebook was testing a “Dislike” button, but ultimately Facebook went with “Reactions” which allowed...

Facebook Considering Sharing Ad Revenue With Video Creators

02/05/2018, As it stands YouTube is still very much the preferred platform when it comes to users uploading videos and shows, but Facebook is trying to overtake them through the launch of its Watch program, and a report from CNBC has revealed some potential ways that...

Facebook Claims To Have Over 200 Million Fake/Duplicate Accounts

02/05/2018, Creating a new Facebook account is relatively easy, which is why more often than not you might find accounts that are spammy or trying to scam you into clicking links or wanting to be your friend. However exactly how big of a problem is this? According to...

Facebook Patent Might Be Able To Tell Your Socioeconomic Status

02/05/2018, Salary can be a rather sensitive topic which is why people usually do not publicly disclose their salaries unless during an interview or when applying for a loan. However it seems that in the future you might not even need to disclose your income because...

Facebook Usage Down By 50 Million Hours Daily In the U.S.

02/01/2018, Facebook has tweaked News Feed multiple times over the past few months to ensure that users have a more personal experience and that their News Feeds aren’t filled with posts they don’t care much about. It has also been making tweaks to curb...