Last week Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced an update to new changes, announced last week, to the News Feed algorithm which heavily prioritised social interactions with family and friends over public content, including news, video, and posts from brands. This means public posts you see will account for just 4% of...
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      Facebook Messenger is introducing a new feature to the Messenger Camera known as World Effects. This  allows people to drop 3D objects in their surroundings and interact with digital objects in their physical spaces. That sounds an awful lot like augmented reality and another Snapchat-like feature. You can...
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    Facebook increasingly becoming a video service. Will millions of live streams per day, combined with videos posted by users, Facebook are now going to surface that video to you, which will no doubt have you spending even more time on the service each month. Zuckerberg says, Watching a show...
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    Facebook has quickly become the place to buy and sell second hand goods. The Marketplace happened fairly organically with users creating groups for local area buy, swap, sell groups and posting photos of their goods with a description and price. Over the years Facebook has moved to support this...
  • Facebook talks up connected AR experiences. Watch the F8 developer keynote to see the future

    Overnight Facebok’s annual developer event, F8 kicked off with a keynote from CEO and Founder Mark Zuckerberg. Zuck spoke about major changes coming to the camera which continues to be a key feature of the platform. Facebook will introduce an Augmented Reality mode to the camera in messenger, which...
  • Facebook is running toward 2 Billion active users

    In a post on Facebook, Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg says the service has now grown to a massive 1.8 billion people. This is up from 1.65 Billion in April and Facebook’s mobile apps are now used by a staggering 1.2 billion people every single day. Zuck went on...
  • Zuck details the tech behind Aquila

    After two years of development, on June 28th Facebook completed the first successful flight of Aquila. If you’re not familiar with the project, Aqila is Zuckerberg’s massive solar-powered plane that will deliver internet to remote parts of the world. Yuma, Arizona played host to the historic occasion, and while the original flight plan...
  • How to stream to Facebook Live from your PC or drone

      During Facebook’s F8 developer conference keynote, Founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg announced a Facebook Live API. This API will allow developers to build apps that allow you to stream live from any camera, not just the one in your mobile phone. After opening Facebook Live to iOS and...
  • Facebook adds Bump feature to connect with circular glyph

    Mark Zuckerberg just announced a new way to connect to other Facebook users. You can now scan a bizarre looking circular glyph that uniquely identifies a Facebook user. With 900 million people now use Messenger every month, Facebook wants to make connecting and starting conversations with someone new, really easy. This...
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    Facebook just did something awesome for you and your kids

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