Facebook Reactions test: The like button gets 6 new emojis

PALO ALTO, CA- Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) The social networking giant has released the concept of the upcoming dislike button. It may not be the much-anticipated dislike button, but Facebook is still trying to provide users with more freedom to express their mood or reactions by embodying a new set of emojis to the Like … Read more

Facebook to offer free Internet to Africa with satellites

PALO ALTO, CA- Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) The social networking giant is set to beam free internet to Africa using satellites orbiting around Earth. Facebook keeps its focus straight and is now closer than ever to its goal, which is connecting people by providing internet to underdeveloped countries and distant parts of the world. Yesterday, … Read more

Instagram now has 400 million users

Menlo Park, California – Instagram (NASDAQ: FB) Facebook-owned photo sharring application, has hit 400 million monthly active users, up from the 300 million in December of 2014. Instagram, Facebook’s only fully-owned platform, has reached 400 million users, beating its biggest rival, Twitter, as the now major social network plans to boost its advertising revenues from the service. … Read more

Facebook Moments Encounters Problems In Europe

Facebook has announced that the company would not be launching Facebook Moments in Europe due to privacy concerns about the service’s facial recognition technology. Moments is a new photo-sharing app that uses facial recognition technology to find your friends in your old pictures. European regulators have stated that users should be able to opt out … Read more

New User Tool Aids in Fighting Harassment on Twitter

Especially over the past year, levels of harassment have reached a fevered pitch. Although executives with Twitter have taken some action, they are now providing users with a new tool that will have a significant impact. Unfortunately, Twitter, among other social media sites, have done poorly when it comes to policing content. Advocates have been … Read more