Facebook Targets eBay With Used Goods for Sale Page
May12

Facebook Targets eBay With Used Goods for Sale Page

So, it’s another day and another new feature on Facebook. The world’s largest social networking platform is testing an option to let you sell your used goods via the site. Earlier this year, the company allowed users to create official ‘buy and sell’ groups. Now Facebook is showing an ‘All Sale Groups’ link at the left side of the News Feed to some select users. (Image: The Next Web) The link leads the Facebooker to a tailored page...

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Facebook Video Uploads Involve Massive Copyright Infringements
May11

Facebook Video Uploads Involve Massive Copyright Infringements

Uploading videos on Facebook is nothing new. As the network grows, the number of posts is also swelling. The social network is adding new features to its video posts one after one. Now you can see how many times a video is played. On fan pages, Facebook videos are taking the position of YouTube channel with a revamped look and feel. While everything is going as Facebook designed, here exists a problem as well. That’s about copyright....

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Facebook Tests a Search Engine to Insert Link to Status Updates
May10

Facebook Tests a Search Engine to Insert Link to Status Updates

Ever felt a necessity of inserting links to your Facebook status updates? But adding a link while posting a status means you need to copy and paste it inside the input box that takes you outside of Facebook for a while. It seems that the social networking site isn’t happy to be without you even for a few moments. That’s why Facebook has started to test an in-app link search engine to keep you stuck with it. Reported by TechCrunch,...

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Facebook Tests Using Nokia’s Here Maps
May05

Facebook Tests Using Nokia’s Here Maps

Nokia is going to sell its Here (former Ovi Maps and Nokia Maps) mapping division. The company has confirmed that they are now reviewing strategic options regarding the mapping business. Ahead of the expected sale of the service, Facebook has entered into a deal with Nokia Here maps. The social networking company is now using Here maps in its mobile site, Messenger and Instagram for Android. It appears that, Facebook is also...

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Facebook’s Internet.org is now open to anyone.
May04

Facebook’s Internet.org is now open to anyone.

Facebook has today launched its Internet.org project as a platform to developers. That means Internet.org will be theoretically open to any third-party website or service; so they can also offer their contents for free via Internet.org. However, there are some strict guidelines that are to be followed by the developers in order to successfully integrate their services. One of these rules says that the data consumption of the proposed...

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