Every day, more than 100 million people use Facebook events to discover things they can do with their friends — from festivals and 5Ks to neighborhood fairs and nightlife. With hundreds of millions of events shared on Facebook every year, the fear of missing out is becoming a thing of the past.
Just when you were starting to get used to the way Facebook shows your News Feed, it’s time for another shake-up. This time, the social media mogul is updating the feed...
California based Mighty Software, Inc. today announces Mighty Networks 4.4.3, an important update to the company's popular social networking app for iOS and Android devices. Mighty Networks takes direct aim at ordinary groups with a new social network totally re-imagined for deep interests on mobile. The app employs proprietary algorithms and smart technology built from the ground up for interests. Version 4.4.3 contains various bug fixes and stability improvements.
Virtual Reality is ... well, real. The last year has seen the launch of every major VR platform, from high-quality tethered systems like HTC’s Vive and Facebook’s Oculus Rift, through to cheap-and-cheerful smartphone-based platforms like Google’s Daydream and Samsung’s Gear VR.
Some of the web’s biggest destinations for watching videos have quietly started using automation to remove extremist content from their sites, according to two people familiar with the process. The move is a major step forward for internet companies that are eager to eradicate violent propaganda from their sites and are under pressure to do so from governments around the world as attacks by extremists proliferate, from Syria to Belgium and the United States.
A new storytelling platform requires new thinking. With the removal of the frame, and the introduction of the 360 sphere, creators get to re-imagine and examine new storytelling principles. As the format and tech develops, the community of makers have the opportunity to test and learn from one another to see what works and what does not.
With over 900 million people using Messenger every month, Messenger is the place where you can connect with the people and businesses you care about most. You can also now do more than just send and receive messages. From sending your favorite emoji (ours are brand new) to chatting with businesses, getting your news delivered just how you like it or making a video call — there’s lots to experience on Messenger.
Since launching Instant Articles to publishers around the world, Facebook has seen clear evidence they provide a better reading experience for people on Facebook. People are responding to the faster, more immersive experience, so they’re excited to bring Instant Articles to even more mobile surfaces across Facebook.
Today Facebook is beginning to roll out a new option within Messenger to better support conversations about sensitive topics. Your messages and calls on Messenger already benefit from strong security systems — Messenger uses secure communications channels (just like banking and shopping websites) as well as Facebook’s powerful tools to help block spam and malware. They’ve heard from you that there are times when you want additional safeguards — perhaps when discussing private information like an illness or a health issue with trusted friends and family, or sending financial information to an accountant.
Alongside Facebook's news that it has launched 360-degree photos, the new ALLie Camera is announcing that it is fully integrated with Facebook to allow its users the capability to take, share and interact with 360-degree photos. The new feature will allow ALLie Camera users complete control in sharing life's memorable moments with the only camera that's always on, capturing every inch of the room.