Facebook Plans On Merging Messenger, WhatsApp, And Instagram
No matter Facebook's intentions, it's tough not to read this move as a way of keeping us even more attached to their site, with every passing day making social media a requirement instead of a hobby.
New Study Confirms That Seniors Are More Likely To Share Fake News
The research argues that the largest determining factor on whether or not someone shares fake news — regardless of political orientation — is if the user is over 65 years old.
Despite What’s On Facebook, Astronauts Don’t Smoke Weed In Space
Over the weekend, a suspicious picture circulated Facebook, depicting astronaut Chris Hadfield holding a hefty bag of cannabis flower in space.
Facebook’s New Feature Gives You 10 Minutes To Delete An Embarrassing Message
The feature will be available on the Facebook app soon, giving users a 10 minute window to erase a message from their chat history and from the recipient's inbox.
The Complicated Relationship Marijuana Has With Social Media
For now, the cannabis industry’s operators and influencers remain at the mercy of these platforms’ discrimination.
Instagram Suffers Worldwide Outage After Former Facebook Exec Takes Over
Instagram is pretty much back up and running for most users, after being temporarily down earlier this week when Adam Mosseri, a former high-ranking Facebook veteran, was hired to head up the app.
Why Do So Many People Fall For Fake Profiles Online?
Phony profiles for nonexistent people worm their way into the social networks of real people, where they can spread their falsehoods.
Facebook Is Sorry It Added Confetti Effects To Indonesia Earthquake Posts
Facebook is very embarrassed after their A.I. software confused the meaning of some words and burst out confetti when Indonesians were expressing their condolences over the earthquake that took place this past Sunday.