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Whatsapp may gain video calling in future update

The Whatsapp team is working on adding compelling new features to the uber-popular messaging service. If one report from German website Macerkopf is accurate, video calling may be ...
by Bogdan PetrovanDecember 23, 201512

Why Facebook is scared of Android

Facebook is worried that Android might take a huge bite out of their profits just by making a few key adjustments.And it's certainly a possibility.
by Derek ScottDecember 17, 201583

Facebook is pushing photo-sync users to Moments app

On January 10, 2016, Facebook is shutting down its photo-syncing service and shuffling its users to Moments, Facebook's standalone photo sharing app.
by John DyeDecember 15, 20153

Google Wallet now lets you send money over text messages

Tap, tap, bing… Capitalism! Google Wallet is making it even easier to send and receive cash with your smartphone.
by John DyeDecember 10, 20154

Facebook’s offline news feed lets you continue your obsession even in the subway

Anybody who uses public transport knows the frustration of having to stop obsessively scrolling through their Facebook feed when they’re underground.
by John DyeDecember 10, 20154

Facebook now allowing Google to index its mobile app

Facebook has just agreed to let Google index some parts of its mobile application.
by Jimmy WestenbergNovember 16, 20156

New Android adware reportedly “nearly impossible” to remove

Lookout has discovered a new form of adware that roots a device after the user installs it, then entrenches itself as a system application.
by John DyeNovember 6, 2015130

Facebook passes new milestone with its AI research

Facebook has announced that it has the ability to train computers to identify objects in photos, understand natural language, predict, and plan.
by Robert TriggsNovember 4, 20152

Facebook is making some of its employees ditch their iPhones for Android devices

In a move to help its employees better understand what Android users need, Facebook's chief product officer Chris Cox is forcing an untold amount of Facebook employees to ditch their ...
by Jimmy WestenbergNovember 2, 201567

Facebook notifications tab blessed with life events, weather and relevant info

Starting today, the Facebook app is getting an update with a completely reworked notifications tab. This area will now include timely, relevant information such as birthdays, life ...
by Edgar CervantesOctober 28, 20158
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