Facebook Introduces ‘Donate Now’ Button For Non-Profits

Facebook Introduces ‘Donate Now’ Button For Non-Profits

A number of non-profit organizations have a huge presence on Facebook. To complement this, Facebook has now rolled out a ‘Donate Now’ button which lets you make donations directly through the pages of these non-profits.

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Facebook Is Able To Store The Status Updates And Messages That You Don’t Share

Facebook Is Able To Store The Status Updates And Messages That You Don’t Share

Undoubtedly, Facebook is now the world’s foremost social network site. It plays host to billions of messages and status updates every month. But lately, it’s been reported that Facebook is able to note down the status updates and messages that you don’t share!

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Facebook Hires Machine Learning Expert To Develop Intelligent Photo-Reading Algorithms

Facebook Hires Machine Learning Expert To Develop Intelligent Photo-Reading Algorithms

Every day, we share countless photos and videos on Facebook. To be able to sift through this data more intelligently, Facebook has now hired machine learning expert Yann LeCun, who specializes in ‘deep learning.’

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Facebook Videos Will Autoplay On Mobile Devices From Now On

Facebook Videos Will Autoplay On Mobile Devices From Now On

Facebook has decided to test the patience of its mobile users. The social network has changed the way videos load on its mobile apps, so that all native Facebook videos will now play automatically as soon as they appear on your screen.

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Zuckerberg And Gates’ Foundation Funding To Bring Speedy Internet For Schools

Zuckerberg And Gates’ Foundation Funding To Bring Speedy Internet For Schools

Education in schools has come to depend immensely on broadband connectivity, given internet’s infinite stock of helpful and relevant resources. Zuckerberg’s Education initiative and Gates’ Foundation have now dished out funds to help schools in U.S. get this much-needed high-speed internet access.

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2 Million Facebook, Twitter, Google And ADP Passwords Stolen By Botnet

2 Million Facebook, Twitter, Google And ADP Passwords Stolen By Botnet

Most major tech companies such as Facebook and Twitter pride themselves in the advanced security features of their sites. Despite these, a botnet was recently able to nick away some 2 million passwords of Facebook, Google, Twitter and ADP accounts.

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Facebook Replaces ‘Hide All’ Option In News Feed With ‘Unfollow’

Facebook Replaces ‘Hide All’ Option In News Feed With ‘Unfollow’

Facebook currently provides an option with the posts in your News Feed. The ‘Hide all from XYZ’ option lets you block all posts from a specific page or person. The social network has now replaced it with ‘Unfollow.’

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[Tutorial] How To Download Videos From Facebook

[Tutorial] How To Download Videos From Facebook

There are many people who often want to download videos posted or shared on Facebook, but can’t do that as they don’t know how to downloads videos from Facebook. Well, here’s an easy tutorial through which any user can easily download any type of videos posted or shared on Facebook without any hassle.

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Top Ten Advertisers On Facebook Finally Revealed

Top Ten Advertisers On Facebook Finally Revealed

Facebook heavily relies on advertisements to garner its annual revenue. The social network has never revealed who its top advertisers are but now Business Insider has compiled a well-researched list.

By On November 29, 2013 Respond
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Facebook Tests Out A New ‘Save For Later Reading’ Feature

Facebook Tests Out A New ‘Save For Later Reading’ Feature

Folks at Facebook continue to find ways of engaging the users more convincingly. To that end, the social network is now testing out a new feature called ‘Save for later’ which lets you save a link for later reading.

By On November 28, 2013 Respond
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Messaging Apps Chip Away At Facebook’s User Base

Messaging Apps Chip Away At Facebook’s User Base

Normally, it is taken for granted that most smartphone users would use both Facebook and use popular messagings apps. This, recent numbers show, is not the case.

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Facebook Vulnerability Allows To View Hidden Facebook Friend List

Facebook Vulnerability Allows To View Hidden Facebook Friend List

To many people, Facebook is one of the most powerful and reliable social networking websites. It allows users to interact with other users after being friends with one another. However, Facebook allows users to make the friend list public or private. But lately, Facebook vulnerability has allowed users to view hidden Facebook friend list.

By On November 27, 2013 Respond
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Facebook Unveils Open-Source, Flash-Powered Database Called RocksDB

Facebook Unveils Open-Source, Flash-Powered Database Called RocksDB

Facebook crunches, processes and stores immense amounts of data. The social network needs effective, yet affordable, methods of dealing with it all. It has now unveiled a new flash-powered database called RocksDB which provides really quick access to data. RocksDB has been declared open source by the company.

By On November 23, 2013 Respond
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Snapchat Users Upload 400 Million Photos Daily, Exceeds Facebook’s Daily Photo Uploads

Snapchat Users Upload 400 Million Photos Daily, Exceeds Facebook’s Daily Photo Uploads

Snapchat recently made headlines when the relatively young company passed on Facebook’s $3 billion acquisition offer. Some may deem it foolish and heady but the fact is that Snapchat is growing, and growing fast. The company has now revealed that its users are uploading 400 million images daily, beating Facebook’s daily image uploads.

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Open URL Redirection Vulnerability Discovered In Facebook

Open URL Redirection Vulnerability Discovered In Facebook

Security researcher Dan Melamed recently discovered a new vulnerability in Facebook. The open URL redirection vulnerability essentially allows a potential hacker to have facebook.com redirected to any other URL of his choice.

By On November 17, 2013 Respond
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