Archive for the ‘Facebook’ Category

Facebook mobile app is known to burn through iPhone and Android devices’ battery life. As it turns out, using the service in a web browser like Safari or Chrome can save 15-percent battery on your iPhone and up to 20-percent on your Android phone.

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Did you know that there’s a chess game hidden in Facebook Messenger? Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to enable and play it with your Facebook friends.

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Facebook has begun rolling out its Live Video feature to all iPhone users in the United States with support for other regions and its Android app to follow.

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Facebook users will be happy to learn that the social network giant has brought some additional 3D Touch capabilities to the iPhone app. Here are the details.

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Facebook has announced Sports Stadium, a new section inside Facebook app for iPhone which brings all things related to sports under one roof. With Facebook Sports Stadium, not only can users keep track of their favorite sports and teams, but also interact with other fans around the world.

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Pre-orders for the Oculus Rift have finally opened. The VR device costs $599, and will start shipping in April. Here’s everything you need to know.

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Looking to post or view Live Photos on Facebook? Here’s a step-by-step guide on how you can post and view Live Photos on Facebook easily.

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Facebook’s ‘Year in Review’ 2015 feature is available right now, and this time it’s also letting you hide bad memories. Here are the details.

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Those who use Facebook Messenger and also like to get around using Uber cars will be pleased to learn that they can now take advantage of both of those things at the same time, with the Facebook Messenger app gaining new Uber support. On iOS side of things, support for 3D Touch has also been added for iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.

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You can now enable Star Wars lightsaber for your Facebook profile picture for a set period of time. Here’s how to add one to your profile right now.

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After months of testing its live video streaming feature with celebrities and other high profile users, Facebook has finally decided to roll it out to the general public. Also launched today is photo and video collages for iPhone app users, with support for Android coming next year.

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In a post to Facebook today that announced the birth of his baby daughter Max, Zuckerberg said that he would give away 99% of his shares in the social network.

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Facebook is introducing new ‘breakup’ tools to try and limit users’ exposure to their exes as well as the information those exes will be able to see about them in return.

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Facebook is now rolling its 360-degree videos support out to its iOS app, having previously only been available on Android and the web. Here are the details.

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Facebook today has released a brand new app for iOS called Notify. It is available to download right now. With Notify, Facebook aims to bring breaking news, sports score updates, weather and other notifications right on your iPhone’s Lock screen.

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Here’s how to block or filter people and dates from your Facebook’s ‘On This Day’ feed to prevent bad memories from showing up.

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The Facebook app for iPhone and Android is getting a new Google Now-like personalized notifications section with a customizable card-based UI, starting today.

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Facebook has updated its iOS app with a fix for battery life drainage issue which iPhone and iPad users have been facing for a while now. Go update the app now!

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Instagram has added a new offering to its growing suite of mobile apps for iOS and Android devices by releasing a new app called Boomerang. The social network, which is now owned by Facebook after a one billion dollar acquisition back in April 2012, is using the app as a dedicate portal for users to create and share everyday moments as mini looping videos. According to the accompanying blog post, “It’s not a photo. It’s not a gif. It’s a Boomerang.” and it’s available to download right now for those who need yet another app in their already crowded digital lives.

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Facebook has admitted issue of iOS app draining battery and has promised that a fix is in the works that should see usage return to a more acceptable level.

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