For those of us who have almost perfect vision, we sometimes take for granted the fact that we can scroll endlessly through Facebook, sometimes without even reading most of the posts but just glancing at the text and the photos.
After experimenting with Instant Articles for selected publishers only, Facebook will soon be opening it to all publishers, allowing them to host content directly on the social network instead of leading people links to their
A lot of people have already been enjoying the free audio and video calls that you can make through the Facebook Messenger app. But it looks like they really want to make this feature up front and center as they are testing out a
Amidst reports that pretty soon, the BlackBerry 10 and BBOS will cease to exist at some point in the future, the OEM claims that fans are still fighting for them (at least through hashtags like #WeAreBlackBerry and
As March Madness is alive and kicking, basketball is once again on the minds of Americans (well, those who are into the sport at least). And just in time for college hoops hoopla, Facebook has added a “hidden” game in the
Oculus has recently announced a bunch of new games and features with the aim of making your virtual reality (VR) experience more social. This is not surprising from a company now owned by the largest and most influential social
After all these years, Facebook is still the most popular social network. We don't know until when it will thrive but while it's still here, Zuckerberg needs to think of more ways to make people keep using it. The website can be
India may be the world’s second most populous country in the world as well as one of the top countries for business process outsourcing, but 68% of its population are in rural areas and probably have no access to Internet.
Facebook Messenger has generally looked the same across all platforms, whether it’s the web version, the iOS one, or the Android app. But now, it looks like the last one is branching out on its own as the messaging app has been
A few days ago, Facebook finally made its Live Video feature available for Android users. Well, at least in the US for now. But unless you subscribe to a page’s Live feed, then you wouldn’t know that they were broadcasting,