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A newly released app which let users to watermark photos which they were uploading to Facebook has been removed by the company along with the photos users posted, in the run up to new privacy rules.
Facebook has launched a 'lite' version of its social networking app in emerging markets. The app requires minimal specifications and works perfectly even on a 2G connection, according to user reviews.
Turkey has ordered Facebook to take down content that was deemed to be offensive to the prophet Mohammad, but the company has yet to respond. Despite its stance on free speech it will likely comply.
Facebook is trying to help its users and grow its value. The giant social network is tweaking its algorithms in an effort to limit the number of fake news stories that users see in their timelines.
Like digital personal assistants offer customers on their smartphones, Facebook wants users of its Messenger app to be able to speak out their conversations automated text conversion.
Facebook Chat Heads is a handy feature for Android and previously for iOS that allowed users to continue conversations without leaving the app they were in, it has now returned on the Mac desktop.
Around six months ago, Facebook started working on a new product aimed at the enterprise market under the title "FB@Work". Now, Facebook is launching new apps for iOS and Android.
Facebook has announced a partnership with the US National Center for Missing and Exploited children. The partnership will allow Facebook to notify its users with information about missing children.
The giant US internet companies Google, Facebook and Twitter are currently at odds with the Kremlin over censorship requests made by the government and ignored by the giant social networks.
The social networking giant is preparing to release a new feature that automatically enhances your photos when uploaded from mobile devices in an effort to make sharing quality photos easier.
In its recent Graph Search update the social networking giant has quietly dropped web results, which until now were powered by Microsoft's Bing search engine and had been for the last two years.
It looks like Windows Phone users will be getting a pleasant surprise tonight in the form of a new update for the Facebook beta app which just received a significant update and is now available.
You have probably felt the need for a 'dislike' button at least once while using Facebook. The company is 'thinking' about this, according to Mark Zuckerberg in his recent public Q&A session.
Ever uploaded a photo in a subconscious state and regretted it afterwards? Not anymore. Facebook is working on a digital assistant which will question you before you upload embarrassing selfies.
Facebook launched Graph Search around a year and a half ago, and it's still not out of beta. The team has been progressively tweaking the algorithm based on user feedback.
Twitter has announced that it will be gathering app graphs from users of its mobile apps, in order to recommend Twitter accounts to follow and display tailored tweets in the timeline.
A quite surprising report by Global Web Index dictates that Tumblr is now the fastest growing social platform. Other social networks like Facebook are currently facing strong competition.
Whatsapp is partnering with a startup to bring end to end encryption to its messaging service in hopes of bolstering both the security and the privacy of its users regardless of what device they use.
A coalition of the internet's biggest companies is trying to push the US Senate into adopting the Freedom Act, which would limit data collection and bring greater transparency to the likes of the NSA
Facebook is supposedly partnering with Avanti, a British satellite operator, and together they plan to bring free, or at least very affordable, widespread internet access to large swathes of Africa.
A new report has revealed that Facebook is developing a new workplace experience in order to enable employees to stay connected and collaborate using the social network in their office.
Facebook is apparently looking to cut down on promotional posts after a shocking survey found that many users would prefer to see more of their friends' posts instead of ads.
Twitter has announced some major changes coming to its social network starting in the next few weeks. Some of these changes go straight to Twitter's core features and may anger veteran users.
If you have any questions for Mark Zuckerberg, now is the time to ask. He is taking questions physically and on the "Q&A with Mark" Facebook page and answering them live on Ustream.
Despite previously blocking connections from the popular online privacy network Tor, Facebook has finally added the ability for users who want extra privacy to connect via a special .onion address.
Facebook recently launched "Rooms," a chatroom application for the iPhone, but there already is a similar app called "Room" whose developers are now threatening to take legal action against Facebook.
Facebook is looking to modernize forums and message boards with a new app called Rooms. Rooms will allow users to share pictures, texts and videos with moderation privileges.
Twitter experiments with its social networking platform regularly and is considering opening up your personal timeline to display content from people you're not following.
Facebook will soon launch a new feature which allows users to notify friends and family that they're safe in case of a disaster. The feature will even be available on feature-phones.
After coming under heavy fire for the way Facebook manipulated users' feeds for a social experiments, the social network is now saying it has tightened up its guidelines for such research.
The Facebook Beta app on Windows Phone has been updated with the ability to edit comments, video upload support, and many other improvements to tagging, performance and more.
In a move that's in-line with previous rumors, Internet companies are being pressured by the Russian government to comply with censorship and data storage laws if they want to continue doing business.
In a marketing gaffe for Apple, Joan Rivers has posted a message to Facebook and Instagram, touting the great design of the iPhone 6, weeks after she died from surgery complications.
Virtual reality headset maker Oculus has announced a new prototype codenamed Crescent Bay with new features such as 360 degree head tracking and improvements over the previous generation Oculus Rift.
Facebook is supposedly trying out a new app, which would allow users to share their updates with only a very limited number of people. In a way it's very similar to what Path tried.
It's clear that Facebook is indeed taking users' privacy seriously, at least to the extent of what you want to share with friends and 3rd party app hook-ins; the app settings page has been updated.
Apple is destined to have a big week, not least because of the imminent arrival of the iPhone 6, but with the added addition of its own wearable device(s) in the form of the oft-rumoured iWatch.
In an attempt to make privacy settings more visible to users, Facebook is rolling out a new "privacy checkup" feature which offers a fairly quick and straight-forward way to review a user's settings.
Netflix has changed its Facebook-based recommendation sharing feature and limited it to friends, in order to increase the usage of the feature by their users and reduce spam-like activity.
Facebook has stopped loading across the globe and currently the reasons for the outage are not known, so if you are wondering if it's just you -- you aren't alone.
The IRS has come out saying that the free lunches offered by corporations are a taxable event and that employees who take advantage of these services should have the value of lunch taxed.
Facebook is taking measures to boost quality journalism by reducing the number of clickbait headlines shown in news feeds and making good headlines more visible.
Surpassing yet another major milestone, the WhatsApp CEO has just announced that the platform independent messaging app is now serving an astonishing six hundred million users.
In the age of "if it is on the internet, it must be true," many people fall victim to sites like The Onion. In an effort to curb misunderstandings, Facebook is testing a [Satire] news tag on the links
Facebook is once again facing a lawsuit related to privacy. This time it's a class action in Austria aimed at the company's involvement in PRISM and the way it tracks and handles user data.
Facebook Messenger for Windows Phone has received a significant update, bumping the messenger to version 6.0 with features such as instant video sharing in conversations.