Soon you can order food from Facebook

Facebook is rolling out new option "Order Food" to select users in the US which will let them order food directly from its app, without having to open the restaurants's dedicated...

EU fines Facebook over misleading WhatsApp data

The European Union (EU) on Thursday announced it will fine Facebook 110 million euros ($122 million) for providing incorrect or misleading information in connection with the 2014 purchase of mobile messaging...

Facebook to refund overcharged advertisers

Facebook will reimburse some advertisers after the company found and fixed a bug that misattributed some clicks on video carousel ads as link clicks. The bug affected billing only for the following...

Thailand threatens to block Facebook

Thai authorities threatened to block Facebook on Tuesday if the social network giant does not remove content that is deemed threatening to national security or offensive to the royal family. The military...

Twitter CEO terms Trump tweets ‘important’

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has termed the tweets of US President Donald Trump as "really important" saying it is crucial to hear from him directly for accountability's sake. According to a report...

Facebook COO’s self-help book a hacker’s guide through adversity

Title: Option B: Facing Adversity, Buiding Resilience and Finding Joy; Author: Sheryl Sandberg with Adam Grant; Publisher: Penguin; Price: Rs 599; Pages: 226 Let the reader be warned: This book will make...

Facebook to hire 3,000 more workers to monitor content

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that he will be hiring 3,000 additional employees over the next year to monitor content and remove violent videos, the media reported. "Over the last few weeks,...

Facebook Messenger games now available to all users

After the successful closed group test of its Instant Games, Facebook has made available its Messenger game-playing features to all its 1.2 billion monthly users. Instant Games was first launched in closed...

Instagrammers left in pain as ‘Stories’ crashed globally

With the Facebook-owned Instagram's popular 'Stories' feature going dark, the users almost broke into tears early on Tuesday, with some bombarding the micro-blogging website Twitter with outrageous posts. "I thought World War...

Facebook ‘exploited’ Australian kids for advertisers

Facebook monitored the posts of Australian children and used algorithms to identify and exploit them by allowing advertisers to target them during their "most vulnerable moments", media reported, evoking criticism against...



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