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New Facebook Snooze Button will let you Mute Person/Group Temporarily

  Facebook has announced a pretty interesting new feature that will let you block a particular person or a business page on a temporary basis. One can block an annoying business page/group or a friend for 24 hours, 7 days or 30 days. The next time some tries to annoy the heck out of you, don’t fret the Facebook Snooze …

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Facebook has a new Group Video Chatting App Called Bonfire but you can’t use it just yet

  Originally rumored back in July, Facebook’s ambitions for a dedicated group video chatting app now has taken the form of an app. It’s called Bonfire and is currently limited to iOS users in Denmark. The app right now seems to be in a testing phase as the social network hasn’t made any official announcements or revealed plans for a …

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How to reduce Facebook Data usage on Android

Here is the DIY guide to reduce facebook data usage on  Android / iPhone 2017. If you are the one who use the facebook app on your smartphone you found that facebook app using too much data every time you used to just scroll the news newsfeed for few secs. But, why is facebook using so much data on android / …

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Your Facebook Messenger will Soon be Flocked with Ads

  Ever since the launch of Messenger back in 2011, the popular messaging service from Facebook lacked a concrete monetization plan. Stan Chudnovsky, Product Head of Messenger at Facebook has now announced that the social media giant aims to introduce Messenger home screen ads by the end of this year. Facebook has been experimenting various methods to generate revenue from …

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Facebook’s Find Wi-Fi Helps You Find Wi-Fi Access Points Across the Globe

If you’ve ever been in a situation where you needed Internet access but had a weak data signal on your phone and/or didn’t know where to go for a Wi-Fi hotspot, then you’ll be happy to hear that Facebook is rolling out a new feature today that should be quite useful in these situations. The new feature is called, “Find …

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Judge tells ZeniMax and Oculus to end their legal battle

One of the biggest stories of 2017 for the VR industry is also one of its longest. The year started out with ZeniMax Media taking Facebook-owned Oculus to court over an alleged theft of technology. A jury eventually ruled that Oculus must pay ZeniMax $500 million, but that wasn’t the end of things — ZeniMax wants more. Shortly after the …

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