If you're one of the new mothers or fathers that likes to post pictures of the kid on Facebook, you might have already run across the problem of how many places those pictures end up. Mobile photos, timeline photos, photos tagged with you, your partner, your child or maybe not tagged at all.
Facebook has added a new feature called Scrapbooks, which takes the photos you’ve tagged your children in and organizes them in one album for sharing. Read more...
There's a new way for parents to put all their kids' pictures in one place on Facebook, the company announced Tuesday. After conducting a survey among parents who post pictures of their kids on Facebook, the company discovered that 65%...Show More Summary
The people who first started using Facebook have grown up. As that core audience has aged, there are a lot more Facebook users with kids who consequently post thousands of baby photos onto the platform. Facebook is now making it easier to collect photos strewn across various albums with a new Scrapbook tool. Show More Summary
How one Montreal woman's Facebook group became an unlikely place for Torontonians to group together. Community is inherently voyeuristic. People watch and whisper about mundane snapshots because it reinforces a kind of humane participation in the collective everyday; we are all moving parts in the same clumsy machine and, hell yes, we talk about it. Show More Summary
For Amazon, a "smart home" scenario isn't a question of if — but rather, when. The tech giant announced hardware and a cloud-based service on Thursday, both of which support web-enabled devices in the home. See also: Facebook's nextShow More Summary
Facebook placed second to Google in the I.T. category, but ranked just 15th overall, with Apple placing 55th. [ more › ]
Ever since Colorado legalized in 2014, CBS This Morning has obsessed over all things pot, showcasing the best places to get high. On Monday, reporter Mark Strassmann touted a new app called High There. Strassmann gushed, "Think of it as Facebook or Tinder for stoners where nearby cannabis users can connect."
Brendan Smith, from Perth, Western Australia, was on vacation in Johannesburg, South Africa when he was mauled by an angry lion. The incident took place after a lion jumped through his open car window and began to chew on Smith’s legs. Show More Summary
Facebook warned everyone about an upcoming drop in page likes earlier this month, which ended up taking place on March 11th. By removing inactive accounts from a page’s total like count, Facebook claims its making the overall total of page likes more meaningful. Show More Summary
Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg placed No. 25 on the new World’s 50 Greatest Leaders for 2015 list from Fortune. Fortune wrote in its mini-profile of Zuckerberg: \"Everyone knows Mark Zuckerberg started Facebook when he was...Show More Summary
The deep web is not just a place for drugs and criminals. It hosts whistleblower platforms, Chinese netizens circumventing the countrys censorship Great Firewall, and a lot of other perfectly legal websitesheck, even Facebook is on it. Show More Summary
You've already got more Facebook Messenger power-up options than you likely need, so we sifted through pile to see which ones deserve a place in your phone. The post Facebook Messenger Now Has Apps. Here Are the Ones to Try appeared first on WIRED.
A big part of Mark Zuckerberg's keynote address at Wednesday's F8 conference is that you'll soon be able to interact with businesses via Facebook Messenger, placing orders and getting updates on them all in the same place. In a session later that day, Facebook explained how — and why — you might actually want to. Show More Summary
Photo via Facebook Kendrick Lamar recently shot the video for "King Kunta" from To Pimp a Butterfly. As Complex reports, the shoot took place at the Compton Swap Meet, filmed by Director X. Watch some behind-the-scenes footage below. Read "On Kendrick Lamar and Black Humanity" here.
The demise of RadioShack left techies with one less place to congregate and buy obscure batteries and soldering equipment. And if that wasn't bad enough, now the bankrupt company is trying to sell off the devotees' data. After filing for bankruptcy in early February, RadioShack is currently making its way through the painful process of figuring out how […]
Facebook works with Internet.org to bring internet access to remote places and today announced that it’s building drones, satellites and lasers in Facebook’s Connectivity Lab to achieve that goal. Mark Zuckerberg announced the news on...Show More Summary
It shouldn’t be too hard to imagine… I subscribe to a number of different Civil War-related blogs, sites, Facebook pages, etc., and over the last week or so, I’ve watched as many have focused on the closing fights… at places like Bentonville and Fort Stedman. While even I noted the anniversary of the attack on Stedman (not in […]
Facebook's annual F8 Developer Conference took place today in San Francisco. CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his team had a slew of announcements from immersive, 360-degree "spherical videos" to embedding Facebook videos directly to websites. Show More Summary
A hilarious video by CollegeHumor imagines what it might be like if people left parties in the same blustery, vainglorious manner with which they left Facebook. Yes, I will be a better person when I finally leave this place (by which I mean better than my former self)…But also better than all of you!