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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.
As more and more content has shifted to the internet, online experiences have improved dramatically, becoming more immersive and intuitive. But many digital ads haven’t kept up. We’ve all experienced a lot of bad ads: ads that obscure the content we’re trying to read, ads that slow down load times or ads that try to sell us things we have no interest in buying. Bad ads are disruptive and a waste of our time.
Facebook's goal with News Feed is to show people the stories most relevant to them — ranking stories so that what’s most important to each person shows up highest in their News Feeds. When they rank and make improvements to News Feed, they rely on a set of core values. These values — which they’ve been using for years — guide their thinking, and help them keep the central experience of News Feed intact as it evolves.
Internet access can offer life-changing opportunities and experiences to all of us, but there are still 4 billion people without it. That’s 60% of the global population. As many as 1.6 billion of those unconnected people live in remote locations with no access to mobile broadband networks, where implementing existing network technologies is so challenging and costly that it will take years to bring everyone affordable access. As part of Facebook's commitment to Internet.org, they formed the Facebook Connectivity Lab to build new technologies — including aircraft, satellites, and wireless communications systems — to help solve this problem more quickly.
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.
The sold-out 2016 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) in Toronto, Canada, wrapped up after four days of back-to-back announcements. We won’t take up your entire weekend by covering all of the news that came out of WPC, but here are some hand-picked highlights for this latest edition of Weekend Reading.
Microsoft and Facebook to build a new, state-of-the-art subsea cable across the Atlantic. The new "MAREA" cable will help meet the growing customer demand for high speed, reliable connections for cloud and online services for Microsoft, Facebook and their customers. The parties have cleared conditions to go Contract-In-Force (CIF) with their plans, and construction of the cable will commence in August 2016 with completion expected in October 2017.
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 Chicago man was shot and killed while live streaming a video on Facebook, police said on Friday, just days after a double homicide in France in which the killer later took to Facebook Live to encourage more violence. Antonio Perkins, 28, was found face down on Wednesday night in a vacant lot with gunshot wounds to the neck and head on the city’s west side, Chicago police officer Laura Amezaga said.
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.
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.
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