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  1. froggyboy604

    Will most Instagram users mainly use Facebook if Instagram closedown or become worse to use?

    There are very few huge social networks where users can get a lot of post views when they post photos, videos, and video chat with members. Facebook is similar to Instagram where users can use Facebook for posting photos, videos, and video chat. I feel Instagram members will mainly use Facebook...
  2. froggyboy604

    Will many people continue to use Facebook and Facebook's sites like Instagram in the future?

    Yes, I feel a lot of people will continue to use Facebook, and Facebook owned sites like Instagram in the future because many people these days want to be famous by having a lot of followers on Facebook, Instagram, and promote their content like YouTube videos, blog posts, and forums to their...
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    Facebook adds personal fundraisers and donate buttons

    Facebook has expanded the charity aspects of its platform, making it possible for users to launch personal fundraisers. These fundraisers are available across six different categories, including Education, Crisis Relief, Medical, Personal Emergency, and more. Those who use the platform to raise...
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    Facebook now lets you broadcast live video from a Desktop PC

    Facebook Live is making the jump from phones to computers, as Facebook announced today that it’s opening up its live-streaming service to desktop and laptops in addition to smartphones and mobile devices for all its users. It’s a feature that’s been available to Pages for a while, but Facebook...
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    Facebook is bringing games like Pac-Man to Messenger and your News Feed

    Facebook wants you playing games just about everywhere, and today the company is introducing a new initiative called Facebook Instant Games that it hopes will do just that. Instant Games is an HTML5 gaming platform that lets Facebook users play games on Messenger and in the Facebook News Feed...
  6. froggyboy604

    Facebook is still trending fake news stories

    It's been six weeks after Facebook's "trending topics" section was publicly called out for promoting a blatantly false story about Megyn Kelly and very little -- if anything -- has changed. According to a new audit from the Washington Post, that Megyn Kelly incident was far from an isolated...
  7. froggyboy604

    Facebook is trying to bring its basic internet services to the US

    Facebook initially launched "Free Basics" as a way to bring basic internet services to countries with limited or no traditional internet connectivity, but now it sounds like the company is working with the White House to bring the program to the US for the first time. According to the Washington...
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    Facebook & Twitter Will Help Weed Out Fake News

    Facebook and Twitter have joined a network called the First Draft Coalition that aims to help cut down the number of fake news on the internet. The First Draft Coalition was formed in 2015 with the backing of Google. The platform in which users can use to verify fake stories is expected to be...
  9. froggyboy604

    Facebook’s Trending Topics computer algorithm already screwed up

    Three days after Facebook said it would remove the human editors who curate the Trending topics section and replace them with a purely algorithmic system, the company trended a fake news story about Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly. This also isn’t the first time since the dismissal of human editors...
  10. froggyboy604

    Facebook is ditching human editors from its trending topics

    Facebook made the news a few months ago after claims surfaced via Gizmodo that the social network kept certain conservative news content from hitting the site's Trending Topics section (claims that it denied). Today, the social network announced that humans would no longer write special...
  11. froggyboy604

    Facebook and Unity partner to develop new PC gaming platform

    Facebook announced today that it's partnering with Unity to develop a PC gaming platform for desktop, taking a page out of Steam's book and offering up an app that players can use to find and play new games. This isn't the first time we've seen a desktop gaming app from Facebook, with Facebook...
  12. froggyboy604

    WordPress blogs will soon support Facebook's Instant Articles

    If you turn to Facebook for your daily news update, you may have come across Instant Articles. A small number of publishers are able to serve up news articles quickly for mobile devices right now, but from April 12th, the technology will be open to anyone --- including bloggers. In a bid to get...
  13. froggyboy604

    Facebook Testing New In-App Browser For Mobile

    Facebook for mobile has a built-in browser, in case you did not already know this. This makes it easier for users to browse websites outside of Facebook, while still sort of remaining in Facebook, but it looks like the company’s latest browser really wants users to stay within the app. As you...
  14. froggyboy604

    Facebook lets you post inspirational messages as live video updates

    Facebook has added a live streaming option to the package, and finally offered its users something to rival Periscope and Meerkat. Live streaming is exciting stuff and a new string to the Facebook bow. Facebook is very keen on it naturally, and it will see the addition slot in nicely among the...
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    Facebook orders some employees to switch from iPhone to Android

    The iPhone is so popular among Facebook employees that Facebook chief product officer Chris Cox is effectively forcing some employees to switch over to Android, Cade Metz of Wired reports. The impetus behind the decree is that the social networking giant doesn’t want its popular software to only...
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