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Windows SDK for Facebook lets developers bring 'Likes' and more to their apps

Windows SDK for Facebook lets developers bring 'Likes' and more to their apps

Microsoft has announced a new way for app developers to integrate Facebook functionality into their apps. The Windows SDK for Facebook will allow developers to build Facebook login, likes, and graph functions directly into their Windows Phone 8.1, Windows 8.1, or Windows 10 apps. Here's a list...

Facebook working on 'Moneypenny' virtual assistant for Messenger

Facebook is reportedly working on a new virtual assistant feature, much like Cortana, Google Now and Siri, but with a slight twist. According to The Information, the social giant will introduce the assistant (codenamed 'Moneypenny') on Facebook Messenger, and this new feature will help you...

After net neutrality concerns, Facebook is now inviting everyone to be a part of

Facebook has launched an open platform through which developers can tailor their services for, giving millions of users across the globe the ability to enjoy basic Internet services for free. Facebook's initiative faced a severe backlash in India, with several...

Facebook to host entire articles from major publications directly on its platform

With Instant Articles, Facebook is set to host content from publications such as BuzzFeed, The New York Times, National Geographic and others natively on its website. The move is targeted to decrease load times for articles hosted externally, with The Wall Street Journal report stating that...
Facebook balances content from Friends and Pages in latest News Feed changes

Facebook balances content from Friends and Pages in latest News Feed changes

Finding a good balance between too much content and not enough content is a tough task and Facebook has been taking user feedback to heart on this. Facebook is once again changing the content that is displayed in your News Feed based on what they have been hearing. These changes all take place...
Facebook Messenger

Facebook brings Messenger to a standalone site for web browsers

Messenger, Facebook's messaging platform, is now available as a standalone service on the web. In the past users had to use Facebook's website to message their friends and family, but starting today they can do so without all the extra distractions. Facebook recently held a conference in which...
Facebook Community Standards

Facebook revamps community guidelines, shows what the social network will take down

Facebook has revamped the social network's community standards and guidelines to show what registered accounts can (and more importantly, cannot) share on the service. Changes made to the guidelines also clarify the company's position on bullying, threats of violence and even hate speech. In a...

Facebook now lets you choose what happens to your account after you die

Facebook has introduced a new feature today that allows users to select a legacy contact, who will be able to manage their account after they pass away. Once Facebook has been notified of a user passing away, the social network will 'memorialize' the account and enable access to the legacy... in India

Facebook's lets Indian residents access basic internet services for free

At a media event in Mumbai, Facebook announced that it is teaming up with Indian carrier Reliance in launching the initiative in the country. The project, which aims to provide free access to basic internet services on mobile, will be available exclusively to Reliance subscribers in...
Facebook for Windows Phone

Facebook for Windows Phone updated with Top Stories in News Feed and more

The non-beta version of the official Windows Phone Facebook app received an update today, adding a number of features that have been included in the beta version, including the Top Stories option for News Feed and more. The change log for the new version of the app is as follows: "Top...