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Facebook wants to help you advance you career with ‘Learn with Facebook’
Nov14

Facebook wants to help you advance you career with ‘Learn with Facebook’

Facebook has just launched a new tool called ‘Learn with Facebook.’ The new online tool will help you advance your career by providing you with the skills and tips necessary to move ahead. The tool comes complete with tips to help you build a resume, market your work and services online, advanced skills that may also include coding, and interviewing among others. Facebook’s new project is driven by a commitment it made earlier in the...

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Facebook targets more teens as Lasso is launched
Nov10

Facebook targets more teens as Lasso is launched

Facebook has officially launched a new app aimed at winning the hearts of teens. Lasso, the name of the new app, is potentially Facebook’s answer to TikTok, a popular app that recently merged with Musical.ly. Of course, it is no longer secret that the social media giant has lost the strong hold it once held over teens, and is renewing effort to reclaim what it lost to other social networks. Today, my team launched Lasso...

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Facebook Dating expands to Canada and Thailand
Nov09

Facebook Dating expands to Canada and Thailand

Facebook Dating is expanding to more countries—users in Thailand and Canada will now take their turn to test the service. The social media giant progressed to the next big stage of its test when it launched Facebook Dating in Colombia late September; and now it looks like it’s time for users in two more countries to have access to the feature. Facebook Dating wants to be the next big thing when it comes to finding love online—but the...

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Facebook is testing “Thank A Friend” feature
Nov09

Facebook is testing “Thank A Friend” feature

Facebook has always been about building relationships. Regardless of what how much the company has failed in terms of protecting our privacy, the very essence of introducing the service in the first place is to help people connect. So, it should not come as a surprise that most of the services and features the company has added to date are linked to helping people across the world connect. Now, Facebook is reportedly testing a new...

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Facebook Portal not a snooping device, says Facebook exec
Nov09

Facebook Portal not a snooping device, says Facebook exec

  Facebook Portal hit the shelves Thursday as a talking speaker that rivals the Google Home Hub and Amazon Echo. Yet, the social network wants to clarify that it will not pry on you or your family. “The timing of the launch is a challenge, in terms of the brand and trust, and we’re committed to improving on it,” said Andrew Bosworth, Facebook VP of consumer hardware. Privacy is a pressing concern in talks about...

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Facebook boasts better removal of terrorist content
Nov08

Facebook boasts better removal of terrorist content

  Facebook has removed more than 12 million terrorist content from April to September 2018, the company wrote in a blog post. Facebook said terrorist content are posts that praise, represent or endorse terrorist groups ISIS, al-Qaeda and connected groups. The takedown of terrorist content falls under the company’s ongoing effort to clear its service from harmful, hateful content, including fake news, spam and propaganda. “We...

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