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Facebook Messenger just rolled out 1500 new emoji

Facebook has just introduced 1,500 new emojis to the smiley ecosystem in Messenger.
by John DyeJune 2, 201620

WhatsApp is reportedly the world’s most popular Android messaging app

A new report shows that, in most countries, WhatsApp is the most popular messaging service currently in use on Android devices.
by John DyeMay 26, 201673

How to permanently delete your Facebook account

If you are looking to deactivate or delete your Facebook account, here's what you need to know.
by Ankit BanerjeeMay 20, 201619

Facebook’s most popular 360 videos of 2016

Facebook have trawled through their stats to come up with the most popular 360 videos on Facebook thus far in 2016, which is sorted alphabetically.
by Dan BartramMay 11, 2016

WhatsApp now has Windows and Mac desktop apps

Joining the Android, Apple, Windows Phone, Symbian and Nokia S40 (yes, really) apps, WhatsApp now has desktop apps for Windows and Mac OS.
by Bogdan PetrovanMay 11, 201620

10 year old hacks Instagram, paid $10,000 by Facebook

As part of their bug bounty program, Facebook is handing over $10,000 to award this young Instagram hacker.
by John DyeMay 3, 201627

Facebook working on its own camera app?

New reports suggest Facebook is working on a new camera app that would entice users to share more self-created images and videos.
by Edgar CervantesApril 25, 20168

Facebook Messenger now supports group calls

Once the update lands, you'll be able to have a phone call with 50 people on it via Messenger.
by John DyeApril 20, 20165

This Facebook Social VR demo seriously rocked

It's become evident that Facebook has a clear vision of what they want to do with VR, and it is pretty darn cool.
by John DyeApril 13, 20166

Facebook open-sources ReDex to hopefully lead to faster apps

Facebook is putting their home-brewed app optimizer ReDex out into the world so that devs can use it on their own projects.
by John DyeApril 13, 20166
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