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Facebook Outage Affects Many People For An Hour

A Facebook outage is currently affecting a large number of users. The social network has been inaccessible to part of the Facebook user base for around an hour. Reports from users say the site is not accessible, though not everyone is affected and the site is loading...

Facebook May Begin Publishing Full Articles

Instead of just linking to content, Facebook may begin showing entire articles. The social network is working with multiple content creators, including BuzzFeed and National Geographic, according to a report in the New York Times. Full content will be...

Spherical Videos Coming To Facebook

Facebook is going to add spherical videos to the network. At its F8 conference, Facebook announced it would begin showing spherical video for PCs and virtual reality headsets. In virtual reality devices, users will be able to look around a video when it is playing...

Photos May Be Separated From Google+ This Week

The Photos app could split off from Google+ this week. An anonymous source tells Android Police that Google's Photos app and its Auto-Backup feature may split from the network this week. Photos would become a standalone app and the Auto-Backup feature...

Video Ads Could Start Autoplaying In Your Twitter Feed

Twitter is beginning to test autoplay video advertisements. The social network began testing them on March 23 and the tests are running on iPhones and iPads in the US. Videos will play automatically as users scroll past them but sound will only be activated if a...

Verified Twitter Users Can Filter Tweet Notifications

Twitter has a new feature just for its verified users. Anyone verified on the network no longer has to view certain types of tweets in their notifications timeline. Abusive tweets can be kept out of notifications with the feature. Twitter has only begun rolling out...

Facebook Messenger Lets Users Send Money

Facebook Messenger has been updated with a money sending feature. Peer-to-peer payments are now possible with the service. A small dollar sign icon is found in Messenger and once a user taps on it they can enter an amount and send the money. Money...

Rhapsody Opening 30M Song Library To Twitter

Rhapsody is launching a new service that brings its 30 million song library to Twitter. Using Twitter Cards, the streaming service will display individual songs on the social network and people can stream them without paying for a premium Rhapsody account. Rhapsody...

US, India Lead Facebook Data Requests

Data requests from governments around the world are not slowing down. Facebook's report for the second half of 2014 reveals governments submitted more requests than in the first half. Of the governments that requested data from the social network, the United...

Here's What Facebook Has Just Banned

Facebook has updated its community guidelines, thereby adding some new types of content to the list of things that are not allowed on the social network. Images of genitals are banned, images of buttocks are banned, nipples cannot be shown (there are exceptions)...
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