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Facebook Instant Article Subscriptions Being Tested On Android

10/19/2017, Facebook has confirmed that it’s going to start testing news subscription models in Instant Articles with a select group of publishers in the United States and Europe. This is going to happen over the next few weeks. The company has confirmed that...

Verizon’s Online TV Service Reportedly Delayed

10/19/2017, Verizon confirmed earlier this year that it’s going to launch an online TV streaming service that’s going to compete with the likes of Sling TV, PlayStation Vue, and DirecTV Now. Many had expected that the company would roll out its very own...

Nielsen Will Now Track TV Audiences On Netflix

10/18/2017, The age-old method of finding out how many people watched a particular program on TV no longer get the job done. That’s because millions of people have cut the cord and moved to online streaming services. It’s important to count those numbers...

Netflix To Spend $8 Billion On Original Content In 2018

10/17/2017, Netflix has significantly increased its spending on original content. It’s evidently what’s driving subscriber growth for the online streaming service. Netflix aims to make its original content account for the majority of content available on...

You Can Now Order Food On Facebook

10/15/2017, If you tend to get hungry while swiping through the News Feed on Facebook, you don’t even have to exit the app in order to get some grub. Facebook has confirmed that users in the United States can now order food via the social network. Users can...

Facebook Stories Coming To Pages Soon

10/12/2017, Facebook-owned Instagram has seen immense success with the Stories feature that was certainly inspired by Snapchat’s feature of the same name. Nevertheless, Instagram launched its own version of Stories and it’s even popular than Snapchat now....

Facebook Committed To Releasing Russia-Backed Political Ads

10/12/2017, Facebook has been at the center of a heated debate about efforts by the Russian government to influence the 2016 presidential election by spreading ads promoting divisive views in key states. It’s claimed to have primarily used Facebook for this...

Facebook And Instagram Go Down For Many Users

10/11/2017, It’s not common for Facebook to go down but it’s not like this hasn’t happened before. Facebook and Instagram are down for many users this morning, for no apparent reason. Many users have taken to Twitter to confirm that they’re...

Amazon Lets Teens Use Their Own Accounts With Parental Consent

10/11/2017, Amazon is now making it easier for the youngest shoppers in a family to purchase items from the world’s largest online marketplace. However, there are new parental control settings that will ensure that parents are in the loop and aren’t taken...

Twitter Bookmarking Feature Coming Soon

10/10/2017, Twitter has confirmed that it’s soon going to launch a new way to save tweets that you want to read later. The Twitter bookmarking feature has actually been a top request from the community. Twitter has now confirmed that it’s planning to...

Amazon Wants To Turn Up The Heat On YouTube

10/09/2017, According to a new report, Amazon is getting serious about competing with YouTube. It’s not that the company is thinking about launching a new video service that will be a YouTube clone of sorts. Instead, it appears that the company wants to pull...

Facebook Says Russia Ads Made It To Instagram As Well

10/09/2017, Facebook has been conducting an investigation to ascertain the scope of the advertising campaigns that were apparently run by companies linked to the Russian government. These campaigns are believed to have been used to spread divided social and political...