After testing the feature with a select few users, Facebook has now rolled out “Watch”—a redesigned video platform for creators and publishers—to every US citizen who uses the social media platform. Continue reading Facebook rolls out ‘Watch’ for everyone in US
Taking after Amazon’s Echo Show, Facebook is reportedly developing a smart speaker that will feature a 15-inch touch-screen and will be launched in Q1 of 2018. Continue reading Facebook developing Amazon-like smart speaker
Facebook Inc acknowledged on Thursday that it has become a battleground for governments seeking to manipulate public opinion in other countries and outlined new measures it is taking to combat what it calls “information operations” that go well beyond the phenomenon known as fake news.
Facebook wants to read your mind.
At least, when it comes to what you’d like to say or type.
Seven decades ago, the young Jewish diarist Anne Frank is unlikely to have imagined that her story would be kept alive for new generations via a computer-generated bot.
At a time when everyone is talking about connected devices, here comes a touchscreen “smart” mirror that — just like your smartphone — can be your personal assistant.
The Business Registration and Licensing, BRL, sector in the Department of Economic Development, DED, Dubai, has launched ‘e-Trader,’ a first-of-its-kind initiative in the region, which will allow Emiratis and GCC citizens in Dubai to conduct business activities on social networking sites. The initiative is part of enhancing transparency and regulating the practice of offering products and services for sale on social media.
Do you have the habit of constantly checking Facebook or other social media sites while driving, in a work meeting, or at other times? Beware, it could lead to a deficiency in the balance between two systems in the brain, researchers warn.
Certain words used on social media platforms like Flickr can warn us about extreme weather events before they happen—such as hurricanes, storms and floods, suggests new research. Continue reading Social media posts can help predict floods, hurricanes
Facebook plans to use artificial intelligence and update its tools and services to help prevent suicides among its users.