.'/>

Facebook News, Page 3 ▼

Facebook is a Social Networking service launched in 2004. It was founded by Mark Zuckerberg, Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskovitz and Chris Hughes. At first, only students from Harvard could join the service, but over time more users were allowed to join. Today, Facebook remains the leader in social networking, but most importantly, it is the top online identity provider as the overwhelming majority of Facebook users have registered using their real identities.If you have a Facebook account, you can use Ubergizmo's Social Reader.

Facebook Messenger Payments Now Available To Everyone In The US

06/30/2015, Last month Facebook rolled out their Payments feature for their Messenger app. Unfortunately at that time it seemed like the feature was in testing and was only limited to NYC. Well the good news is that it looks like Facebook has decided that the feature...

Facebook Is Now Taking A Closer Look At The Videos You Watch

06/29/2015, We’re sure from time to time, you watch videos that have been uploaded onto Facebook and it looks like the social network will now be paying much closer attention to you when you do. According to an announcement by Facebook, they revealed that from now...

Facebook’s Ads Manager Makes Its Way Onto Android

06/29/2015, The ads we see on Facebook, Google, blogs, and etc. are usually created by someone. Presumably these ads are made on a computer and designed using software such as Photoshop, Illustrator, and so on. However it seems that Facebook wants to promote the idea...

Facebook Lite Goes Live In India And The Philippines

06/29/2015, Earlier this month Facebook announced a new version of its Facebook for Android application that’s aimed at emerging markets since the app itself is quite small and it uses less data while being able to function across all network conditions....

Facebook Testing Snapchat-like Photo Editor For iOS

06/28/2015, One of the features of Snapchat is the ability to overlay your photos with other graphics and text, giving your friends a more interesting and potentially more entertaining photo to look at. Given that Facebook had failed to acquire Snapchat, it doesn’t...

Facebook Has A Tool That Lets You Rainbow-ify Your Profile Pic

06/26/2015, While same-sex marriage has been legalized over the years in different states across the country, not all states are on board. However it seems that it will no longer matter as the US Supreme Court has handed down a historical ruling in which they are...

Facebook App Lets You Share Links Without Having To Leave The App

06/25/2015, Have you ever tried to share a link on your Facebook app? If you’re sharing a link you found directly inside Facebook itself, it’s pretty easy, but what if you were surfing on your mobile browser and found something worth sharing? You’d have to...

HBO Streaming Premiere Episodes Of New Shows On Facebook

06/25/2015, HBO has decided to stream the premiere episodes of its new comedy shows Ballers and The Brink on Facebook, starting today the first episode of both series will be available for free streaming through Facebook for a limited time. The series premiered on...

Messenger Sans A Facebook Account Now Possible

06/24/2015, How many of you out there actually make use of Facebook Messenger in order to keep in touch with your family and friends? I am quite sure that there is a sizeable amount, as we all do not simply rely on a solitary messaging program these days. Well,...

Privacy Concerns Will Keep Facebook Moments Out Of Europe

06/18/2015, Facebook recently launched a new app called Moments that lets users share pictures privates with people they want to. The app will also help out in organizing photos on the user’s device and then allow them to share those photos privately with...

Facebook Apparently Wants To Suggest Status Updates For You

06/17/2015, Status updates are usually personal and is used to share your mood, your thoughts, your feelings, or share topics of interest with your friends and family members. However according to a report from SocialTimes, it seems that Facebook is currently testing...