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Facebook “Startup Garage” Will Open In Paris
Jan18

Facebook “Startup Garage” Will Open In Paris

Facebook will soon to open its startup incubator inside the entrepreneur campus in Paris. As announced by Facebook’s COO Sheryl Sandberg, the company is one of the Station F’s launch partners. What Is Station F? It is described as the world’s biggest startup campus in Paris. It will have 3,000 desks for all technology companies. The Station F is situated in a former train station built in 1929. Sherly announced that her company would...

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Twitter’s new feature will prompt you to tweet your updated profile picture
Jan16

Twitter’s new feature will prompt you to tweet your updated profile picture

Twitter’s latest update might just be one that gets a lot of users excited. The new feature, according to TechCrunch, will prompt you to post a hashtagged tweet anytime there is a change in your profile picture. Lovely isn’t it? Sure it is because it means all your followers on the microblogging platform can now get an update of your new profile picture every time you change it. The tweet, according to the report, will be appended...

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Facebook launches fake news filter in Germany
Jan16

Facebook launches fake news filter in Germany

According to the Financial Times, Facebook is rolling out its fake news filter in Germany; in time for the country’s federal elections due to hold later in 2017. Lawmakers in Germany are constantly worried by the threats posed by fake news especially as the general elections draw near. The lawmakers are troubled by the influence fake news could have on the outcome of the upcoming election. The last couple of months have been tough for...

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WhatsApp Denies Backdoor Claim
Jan14

WhatsApp Denies Backdoor Claim

A security flaw has been detected on WhatsApp. The flaw allows Mark Zuckerberg’s staff to read encrypted message on the said app. But the app denied the claim said that the report is false. Tobias Boelter told The Guardian that the end-to-end encryption technology of the app could be intercepted and Facebook could read user’s messages. According to Boelter: “If WhatsApp is asked by a government agency to disclose its messaging...

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Facebook sued by Syrian migrant over fake news
Jan14

Facebook sued by Syrian migrant over fake news

A Syrian migrant whose selfie with German Chancellor Angel Merkel, Anas Modamani, has taken Facebook to court over fake news. Modamani is suing the social network giant over false accusation of being involved in terrorism on the social media. In 2015, the Syrian took a selfie with the German Chancellor when the latter visited a migrant shelter where he [Modamani] was living at the time. His trouble, however, started when someone that...

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YouTube Super Chat – Helping Creators Make Money
Jan13

YouTube Super Chat – Helping Creators Make Money

YouTube Super Chat is a new feature of the video sharing site that allows creators to earn money when they go live. But not only the creators. The viewers, too, can receive money when they comment on live streams. “Today, we are introducing our latest tool for fans and creators to connect with one another during live streams: Super Chat. Anybody watching a live stream can purchase a Super Chat: a highlighted message in the chat stream...

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