Today’s comic by Ruben Bolling is Across the globe, with Jeff Sessions: Well, this could be fun: "The Simpsons" teased its newest episode on Facebook Wednesday, which looks at President Trump's first 100 days in office. [...] The clip...Show More Summary
As rights fess continue to increase, could the traditional television broadcasters team up with social media platforms to bid for sports properties? It’s an interesting thought as Facebook and Twitter are looking for live sports. And...Show More Summary
Facebook is aggressively pursuing the international and developing world markets Snapchat hasn’t prioritized. Facebook Lite recently hit 200 million users, and Instagram just rolled out offline mode for Android. Now after launching Messenger...Show More Summary
To make money, Facebook doesn’t just need users. It needs users that are active and engaged. It needs to know not just which link you’re likely to click, but also what makes you more or less likely to click it. How does Facebook gather...Show More Summary
The distraught Thai mother of a baby girl killed by her boyfriend in a murder he broadcast on Facebook Live has described the harrowing moment she stumbled across the video and rushed to alert police. The killing on Monday evening caused...Show More Summary
AWKWARD ALERT! AWKWARD ALERT! AWKWARD ALERT! In the following rundown, we share stories of Facebook users who wrote something about their love life or romantic life... ... only to be reminded that their ex-significant other was still...Show More Summary
You don’t need a fairy godmother to make your dreams come true ? just a brother as cool as 13-year-old Anthony Angel. In Facebook post shared on the page Love What Matters on Wednesday, Anthony’s mom Christina said that the preteen asked...Show More Summary
Anyone familiar with internet culture will be familiar with Godwin's law. It goes roughly something like this: the longer a discussion goes on on the internet, the higher the probability that a comparison to Hitler or the Nazis will be made. Show More Summary
Facebook said Thursday it is stepping up its security to counter efforts by governments and others to spread misinformation or manipulate discussions for political reasons.
Ithaca Audio the brilliant minds behind the incredible mock Facebook timeline to tell the history of rock music, have once again shown their amazing creativity with a new film entitled “The Typewriter“, a 35-track audio visual mashup performed live on a hacked 1920s Remington portable typewriter. Using a manual typewriter to create a real time […]
Facebook wants to beat the competition to the next big computing platform, including machine-brain interfaces. Never mind they might not work. The post Facebook's Race to Link Your Brain to a Computer Might Be Unwinnable appeared first on WIRED.
As you can see, the Switch is still killing it on both platforms. Zelda: Breath of the Wild is hanging in there as well, and Splatoon 2 is gaining some ground. Thanks to Fizzyduck for the heads up!
Also on the podcast, we talk about how expensive ransomware has gotten and Facebook Live's gruesome problems.
The first round of the 2017 National Football League Draft kicks off Thursday night, and Sports Illustrated and Yahoo Sports will provide coverage of all 32 picks via Facebook Live. In addition, Twitter held its own mock draft, using data on players most-mentioned in tweets discussing given teams and the draft to predict all 32...
There are already a zillion ways to send money to people: banks, Venmo, Square Cash, Google, and even social networks like Facebook and Snapchat have gotten in on the act. But Apple is reportedly looking to build a money transfer feature into Apple Pay so iPhone users can send money to each other. Show More Summary
Facebook today released its latest report on global government requests for the second half of 2016, noting there has been a 9 percent increase in requests for user account data compared with the earlier part of that year, but a 28 percent decrease in content restrictions for violating local law. However, that latter decrease doesn’t necessarily indicate that content… Read More
I did a quick Twitter poll asking which technology companies you think are the most innovative today. The options were: Amazon Google Facebook Tesla (Note: Twitter polls only allow four options... yes, there’s also Apple, Microsoft, Uber, Samsung and SpaceX, to name a few others). With over 1,000 responses, a clear overwhelming winner emerged: Tesla. […]
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Forget political rants and cute baby animal videos. There is a new phenomenon taking over everyone’s Facebook Feeds. Susana Victoria Perez (@susana_vp) has more.