Facebook changes enable users to control exactly what they see in their News Feed

Facebook changes enable users to control exactly what they see in their News Feed

By Carrie Ann - Jul 13, 2015

Facebook has finally introduced a new feature to make sure users don’t miss out any post from particular friends or Pages. The new See First feature is meant to provide users be

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Facebook Opens Internet.org Platform To Developers Amid Growing Net Neutrality Concerns

Facebook Opens Internet.org Platform To Developers Amid Growing Net Neutrality Concerns

By Carrie Ann - May 05, 2015

Facebook’s Internet.org has opened its free Internet access platform to new websites and applications from developers on Monday, a move the social network giant believes would bo

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Facebook aims to host full content from news publishers with Instant Articles

Facebook aims to host full content from news publishers with Instant Articles

By Carrie Ann - May 04, 2015

In a new initiative called Instant Articles, social media network Facebook plans to bring full news articles straight to a user’s news feed rather than merely offering links

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Facebook testing new 'Place Tips' app, its location based recommendations service in New York

Facebook testing new 'Place Tips' app, its location based recommendations service in New York

By Carrie Ann - Jan 31, 2015

Social networking giant Facebook updated its mobile app Thursday with a new Place Tips service that offers a range of content, information and recommendations about places in the

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Facebook developing workplace network similar to career website LinkedIn

Facebook developing workplace network similar to career website LinkedIn

By Carrie Ann - Nov 17, 2014

Facebook is reportedly working on another version of its social networking site that would cater to workplace environments. While LinkedIn connects businessmen, enterprises, entrep

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Twitter acquires TwitPic's domain and photo archive to keep it alive

Twitter acquires TwitPic's domain and photo archive to keep it alive

By Anna Domanska - Oct 27, 2014

TwitPic, a photo and video sharing service announced that it is getting acquired by Twitter. The deal will give Twitter ownership of its expansive photo archives and the TwitPic do

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Facebook is working on a new app that allows users to interact anonymously

Facebook is working on a new app that allows users to interact anonymously

By Carrie Ann - Oct 08, 2014

According to a report in the New York Times, Facebook is reportedly working to launch a mobile app that allows users to interact with each other anonymously, similar to apps suc

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MIT’s Media Lab to get absolute access to Twitter’s entire feed of public tweets

MIT’s Media Lab to get absolute access to Twitter’s entire feed of public tweets

By Anna Domanska - Oct 02, 2014

Twitter is investing $10 million in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology over the following five years to study examples of how people use the Internet for goal sharing using

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Facebook Launches TODO Group to Work on Open-Source Software

Facebook Launches TODO Group to Work on Open-Source Software

By Carrie Ann - Sep 16, 2014

On Monday, Facebook announced at its @Scale 2014 conference in San Francisco that it has partnered with a group of large tech companies including Box, Dropbox, Google, GitHu

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