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Facebook is reportedly bringing its streaming service “Watch” to India next year
Nov20

Facebook is reportedly bringing its streaming service “Watch” to India next year

Facebook’s bid to reinvent TV is fast shaping up as the social media behemoth is reportedly on the verge of taking its video streaming service called “Watch” to India come 2017. Facebook launched Watch last August, and told the whole world that its content will be exclusively produced for the new platform by partners, who are expected to earn 55 percent of ad revenue while Facebook takes the remaining 45 percent. The Ken reports that...

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LinkedIn rolls out Career Advice service to connect you with a mentor
Nov20

LinkedIn rolls out Career Advice service to connect you with a mentor

Though, still not available globally, LinkedIn’s new service Career Advice, is rolling out to people in the US, UK, India and Australia. Other anxious LinkedIn members in other parts of the world won’t have to wait for long though, the company said a global roll out is on the card. The professional network group first rolled out the feature back in August, but restricted its use to people in San Francisco and Australia. LinkedIn...

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Facebook connects Messenger Day with Stories
Nov14

Facebook connects Messenger Day with Stories

Facebook has just announced that it is “connecting” Messenger Day with its Stories feature. Posts in either of Facebook or Messenger will appear in the two apps, while viewing will be synced so users won’t be bored with seeing an already viewed Story. “Starting today, we are introducing a new experience called Stories, connecting Messenger Day and Facebook Stories. Any photos or videos you add to your Stories will appear on both...

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Facebook bans artist’s Christmas cards for being explicit
Nov13

Facebook bans artist’s Christmas cards for being explicit

Soon it will be Christmas and everyone obviously wants to make the most of the holiday since it only comes once in a year. For Jackie Charley, a British artist that specializes in acrylic artwork, the yuletide offers a big opportunity to quickly upload some cards for those who wish to buy. However, things went contrary to plans albeit when Facebook rejected her artworks; classifying them as “adult items,” The Telegraph reports. While...

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Instagram is testing ability to follow hashtags instead of individuals
Nov10

Instagram is testing ability to follow hashtags instead of individuals

A Twitter user @Social_pip has spotted a new feature on Instagram that will let people follow you by hashtags. Although it’s still being tested, the feature seems like one that will please a lot of people because it will allow you to follow interesting topics, and to a larger extent, get to follow new accounts. According to TNW, Instagram is currently only limiting the feature to ‘top posts and recent’ stories. This makes it a less...

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Twitter increases profile display name to 50 characters
Nov10

Twitter increases profile display name to 50 characters

A lot to do with numbers these days—Twitter has once again broken one of its rigid policies on display name. While some of us were still trying to warm up to the news of how Twitter smashed the 140-character limit barrier, the microblogging company has once expanded the profile display name to 50. Profile display name can now be as long as 50 characters in length—and that gives you much room to include your middle name or whatever....

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