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How to play Facebook Messenger’s secret basketball game

Facebook Messenger has hidden a new game in the popular chat service in honor of March Madness.
by John DyeMarch 18, 201612

Google makes one third of all global online ad revenue, but there’s trouble ahead

Google officially earned one third of all digital advertising revenue globally in 2015 - that's $67.39 billion - but the figures show trouble brewing on the horizon.
by Kris CarlonMarch 18, 20164

Instagram feed soon to ditch the chronological order

Apparently you miss about 70% of your Instagram posts. The solution? They claim the best way to go about it is to apply a similar algorithm to the one we have seen Facebook use.
by Edgar CervantesMarch 16, 201617

Facebook Messenger officially gets Material Design

Facebook is now rolling out a new design overhaul that formally brings Material Design to Messenger.
by John DyeMarch 7, 201626

Instagram now blocking links to Telegram and Snapchat

Remember last year when WhatsApp started blocking links to messaging rival Telegram? Well, Facebook HQ is spreading the love, with Instagram now blocking links to Telegram and Snapchat.
by Kris CarlonMarch 4, 201614

Facebook Messenger is trying to integrate easy music sharing with Spotify

Facebook has teamed up with Spotify to create a new system that makes sharing music a breeze. Or, at least, that’s what they’re trying to do.
by John DyeMarch 3, 20163

Tech companies rally to Apple’s side in encryption debate

Alphabet, Facebook, and Microsoft are expected to file a joint motion in support of Apple, as the company fights a ruling forcing it to bypass iPhone security.
by Robert TriggsFebruary 26, 201673

Facebook live video streaming is coming to Android

After first rolling out to iOS users back in January, Facebook is now getting ready to bring its live video streaming service to Android in an attempt to compete with Periscope.
by Andrew GrushFebruary 26, 20166

Facebook Messenger is getting ads

It looks like Facebook plans to start using ads on their popular Messenger app, and we could see them as early as April.
by John DyeFebruary 25, 201653

You can finally “wow,” “love,” and “haha” posts on Facebook

Facebook’s new reactions are rolling out today, allowing you to express more feelings than a simple “like” button.
by Bogdan PetrovanFebruary 24, 20168
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