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July 09, 2015

You can now see who unfriended you on Facebook

Do you want to know if someone unfriended you on Facebook? If yes, a tool called “Who Deleted Me” can help you do just that.

July 09, 2015

Why Globe’s Free Facebook is a money-making machine

Yesterday, Globe Telecom made a consolidated push for their Free Facebook campaign by making it possible for any subscriber in their network to have access to FB for free at varying user-experience.

July 02, 2015

Facebook is developing lasers for internet connectivity

Mark Zuckerberg has announced that Facebook’s Connectivity Lab is developing a laser communications system that will be used as a new way to connect people to the internet.

June 29, 2015

Facebook Lite Now Available in PH

Facebook has made notable strides to make its social media platform available to more users, even those with slow and unreliable internet connection. On their most recent initiative is Facebook Lite – a lightweight version of Facebook app which has recently made available in the Philippines and India through Google Play Store.

June 27, 2015

Facebook’s Celebrate Pride page adds a rainbow filter to your profile pic

Facebook has a launched a new tool within its social media site that lets you add a rainbow filter to your profile pic in celebration of the recent U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling that same-sex marriage is now legal across the United States.

June 26, 2015

You will soon be able to use Messenger without a Facebook account

Facebook has recently announced that you will soon be able to sign up and use its own messaging app, Messenger, without a Facebook account.

June 23, 2015

Facebook can identify you even if you’re not looking

Just after reporting that Facebook will know how long you’ve been looking at a post, the head of artificial intelligence from the company claims that their facial recognition technology no longer needs to see people’s faces to identify them. Creepy?

June 15, 2015

Facebook will know how long you’ve been looking at a post

In an attempt to “improve” your browsing experience, Facebook announces a new way to measure what you like or don’t like to see in your news feed. This is apparently done by determining how long you look at a specific post.

June 05, 2015

Facebook announces the Facebook Lite app for Android

Social Media giant, Facebook, has announced today a new version of its Facebook app that uses less data and works well across all networks, the Facebook Lite.

May 08, 2015

GMA News Spearheads Facebook-only Newscast in PH

Due to the increasing popularity of social media among Filipinos, GMA News has announced its plans of launching a new service called GMA News Feed which would provide Pinoy Facebook users with quick updates about trending topics and current affairs.

May 04, 2015

Facebook announces Internet.org Platform

Facebook has announced the Internet.org Platform which allows any company, mobile operator, or developer to join the initiative and bring free basic internet services to the people.

April 23, 2015

Facebook averages 1.44 billion active users each month

Facebook has recently announced its quarterly earnings and showed highlights on what the social media giant has achieved so far.

April 23, 2015

Facebook introduces Hello dialer app for Android

Facebook has introduced a new app called Hello that works as a dialer for your smartphone.

April 09, 2015

Facebook launches Messenger for Web

Facebook’s dedicated messaging app, Messenger, has entered a new platform with the launch of Messenger for Web browsers.

April 03, 2015

Facebook’s new app Riff lets you shoot collaborative videos

Facebook announces its new app that encourages creative stimulation among you and your peers by letting you shoot videos which your friends can add on to and altogether make one collaborated video. This is Riff.

April 01, 2015

Facebook starts banning jeje names and Jejenese

After turning Messenger into a platform, Facebook has unveiled a new algorithm that will detect incomprehensible languages, aiming to improve communications in the social media platform by filtering them out.

March 27, 2015

Facebook to launch huge solar-powered Internet drones

Mark Zuckerberg has announced that Facebook will soon launch a huge unmanned aircraft that can beam internet access down to people from the sky.

March 26, 2015

Facebook introduces On This Day feature

Facebook recently introduced a new feature called On This Day which lets users view content from this date in the past.

March 18, 2015

Facebook Messenger’s new feature allows sending money to friends

Facebook today announces its new feature in Messenger that allows people to send and receive money in a secured process. According to the company it will be free to use, and will soon be rolling out in the coming months.

January 28, 2015

The reason why Facebook/IG/Tinder was recently down

Yesterday, January 27, users of Facebook as well as other social media sites worldwide reported that they had problems accessing the website because “something went wrong”. Most people thought it was another hack attack from a group of cyber terrorists, but Facebook explains the real reason behind it.

January 27, 2015

Facebook and Instagram are both offline/down right now

There have been a lot of Facebook and Instagram users reporting that both sites couldn’t be accessed from web and even on mobile devices.

January 26, 2015

Facebook Lite launched at the Google Play Store

Can’t use the heavily-sized Facebook app on your low-end devices? You might want to take a closer look on the new Facebook Lite app for Android, giving you almost the same social media network experience for less of your storage space.

January 16, 2015

Which One Are You: 8 Types of People That Request to Become Friends on Facebook

It’s okay for me to get Facebook notifications and messages – I check them most of the time. But if we’re going to talk about Facebook Friend Requests, it’s the one I usually ignore because it’s full of people we don’t even know. So, who are these people?

January 15, 2015

Facebook now covers violent content on your news feed

Facebook doesn’t really allow viewing of graphic images that only have a purpose of glorifying or celebrating violence, but they do show them when they are part of news and other documentary purposes. This is no longer the case after the firm restricts viewing of sensitive content without the user’s consent.

December 23, 2014

Five Facebook Settings You Need to Use

How well do you control your Facebook profiles? Here are five settings the social network has equipped itself with, and can be used to strengthen your online account security and privacy.

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