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DirecTV Now vs Hulu vs PlayStation Vue vs Sling TV vs YouTube TV

by Joe Hindy 2 days ago78 comments

Here's why Google should launch a game streaming service

by John Callaham 18 hours ago2 comments

MWC 2018: Here’s what to expect

by Team AA 23 hours ago15 comments

AT&T rolling out 5G? Who cares?

by C. Scott Brown 1 day ago5 comments
45,790 articles

Now you can add friends to an ongoing video chat in Facebook Messenger

You used to have to hang up on your group video chat to add a new member to the call, but now you can do so while the call is ongoing.
by C. Scott Brown3 days ago

Facebook may launch two smart speakers this July

The devices would arrive with 15-inch touchscreen displays and provide video chat and social features.
by Scott Adam Gordon5 days ago

5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Android Apps Weekly

The 231st edition of Android Apps Weekly is live! This week we talk about YouTube's upcoming music service overhaul, a new Facebook Messenger for kids, Snapchat's polarizing update, and ...
by Joe Hindy5 days ago

Messenger Kids, the controversial Facebook app, arrives on Android

Messenger Kids is a heavily-modified version of Facebook's Messenger app, giving parents control over children's conversations.
by C. Scott Brown1 week ago

Facebook testing a “downvote” button for flagging content

An estimated 5% of English-speaking Android users will see a "downvote" button appear as an option when replying to public Page posts.
by C. Scott Brown2 weeks ago

Changes are coming to Facebook Messenger with simplicity in mind

Facebook Messenger's focus on adding new features left it feeling cluttered, but company execs are promising to streamline the app.
by Matt AdamsJanuary 16, 2018

Facebook is changing what posts you’ll see in your News Feed

Facebook will begin to show more posts from friends and family members in your News Feed. It will also prioritize live video and posts asking for suggestions.
by Matt AdamsJanuary 13, 2018

Facebook is testing a new section to emphasize local news

Facebook is currently testing out a new Today In section in six cities. The section displays only local news from vetted sources.
by Matt AdamsJanuary 11, 2018

Facebook announces Portal, a standalone video chat device

The social media giant has announced its first self-designed hardware device: Portal, a standalone video chat interface. Can the Facebook Portal overcome the company's rocky history in ...
by C. Scott BrownJanuary 9, 2018

Head of Allo and Duo leaves Google and joins Facebook

Amit Fulay, who had a key role at building Hangouts, Allo, and Duo at Google, has now joined Facebook.
by Mitja RutnikJanuary 9, 2018
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