Archive for the ‘Facebook’ Category

iPhone and Android users beware! Facebook’s Protect feature is essentially a spyware in VPN disguise. Stay away from it.

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Facebook has started testing a Downvote button, with around 2.5% of Facebook’s US-based users being presented with the new button.

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Leaked WhatsApp iOS screenshots show off WhatsApp Payments feature on iPhone, the instant messaging app’s version of peer-to-peer payments system.

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Facebook has introduced Watch Party feature for Groups to let you watch videos together with friends. Here’s how it works.

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Want to fix Facebook Messenger keyboard typing bug in the iOS app on iPhone? Well the company has confirmed that it is working on it. Here are the details on the issue.

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WhatsApp faces a new security kerfuffle today with one group of researches claiming that supposedly secure group chats are not quite as secure as we might have hoped.

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You can now delete a WhatsApp sent message after the company started rolling out the feature on both iPhone and Android devices. Here are the details.

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Oculus Go standalone VR headset price, release date and features have been officially announced. Here are the details.

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Here’s how to post to Instagram Stories old photos or videos the easy way. This applies to both iPhone and Android devices.

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7 years after Steve Jobs famously penned an open letter titled ‘Thoughts on Flash’, Adobe has decided to kill the now-infamous web plugin for good.

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Facebook camera in the mobile app now features built-in GIF creator. Here’s everything you need to know about it.

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Instagram’s war of features with Snapchat continues after the former updated its app to add support for Face Filters, a feature that heavily mimics that of the latter, allowing users to add things like glasses and animals to their selfies because, well, why not?

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