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As reported two months ago by Neowin, Twitter has rolled out the change to Favorite, now calling it Like instead. The old yellow star is also gone, getting replaced by a red heart icon.
A new Facebook scam is in the wild, regarding the company's 'dislike button.' It promises an early access to the upcoming feature, and makes users open malicious links and share the scam further.
After years and years of pleas from users, the social networking giant is finally listening, with CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg promising a 'dislike' button to come soon.
According to information sent to Neowin, favoriting a tweet will soon be replaced with a "like" instead, bringing it more inline with the most successful social media platform on the planet.
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.
Facebook has announced that its new "Like" and "Share" button designs have gone live for all users, along with a way to change the width of its embedded news posts.
Acknowledging the bad news that a friend has posted on Facebook with a 'Like' isn't exactly ideal - but the social network has been experimenting with a 'Sympathize' button for such situations.
A security researcher in the US has discovered a bug with Facebook's social plugins when simply commenting on a post or page could add two likes to the total number.
Facebook has announced that it has stepped up its automated efforts in enforcing its Terms of Service by removing any "Likes" on pages that it claims violate its terms.
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Four Democratic senators have raised concerns over Facebook's privacy controls in a letter due to be sent to Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. The Associated Press received a draft of the letter due to be sent...
Facebook will offer a new 'Like' button this week for websites. Content creators can embed the button on their site and users can click it and share the site with their friends through their Facebook...