Keywords Are Going To Make Facebook Search On Mobile A Lot Better

Search on Facebook sucks so hard it would be funny if it wasn’t frustrating. Now it looks like Facebook is finally doing something about it, so allow me a minute to bounce around my living room in joy.


Social Media Users Unlikely To Disagree With Consensus, Online And Offline

In the utopian vision of the internet, social media provides a platform where we can share opinions, debate and argue; a space for free discussion and constructive discourse. Turns out the opposite is true.


Facebook Really Wants You To Stop Being Pissed About Messenger

Facebook wants you to know Messenger isn’t spying on you. After people got mad about the company’s decision to make downloading Facebook Messenger necessary to use Facebook Chat on mobile, the backlash got so bad Facebook’s Peter Martinazzi issued an official “calm the eff down” announcement.


Facebook Needs A Real Mute Button

Sick of seeing all the ice bucket challenge videos on Facebook? Too bad, my friend, you’re stuck with them until the end of time. That is until Facebook creates the one option it needs most: a real mute button.


Why Is Twitter Trying To Hide Its Australian Earnings?

Twitter Australia has applied from an exemption from Australian corporate rules that would require it to disclose its earnings.


Facebook Is Finally Cracking Down On Clickbait

You’ve spent months seeing your News Feed littered with headlines promising you that you won’t believe what happens next, but now Facebook is finally taking steps to cut down on spammy, obnoxious clickbait.


How This Designer Tracks Every Single Aspect Of His Life

Since 2005, designer Nicholas Felton has been documenting his daily activities — meals eaten, miles travelled, people met — and publishing the results in the form of an annual report. He even built an app, Daytum, to help other people track their every moves. In this video, Felton shares how and why he lives a quantified life.


Facebook's Rose-Coloured News Feed

Pope Francis. Haim. An inspirational Little League coach. You’ve probably seen these stories on Facebook today, along with ice buckets and your friends’ babies. I know that because they’re sitting atop the social network’s “trending” list. What’s not there at all? Ferguson. Welcome to Facebookworld, where everything’s wonderful all of the time.


Google Wants Your Children...To Be Safe On The Web

Internet services want users, and much like religions and smartphone ecosystems, it’s best to convert them when they’re young. But a string of federal regulation, including the last year’s overhauled COPPA rules, provide necessary restrictions and protections for youngling web surfers. But Google isn’t giving up and is working on a legal and kid-friendly solution.


So It Has Come To This: Facebook Is Testing A 'Satire' Tag

Satirical news site The Onion has a reputation for headlines that are almost believable, yet clearly fake to any with a modicum of common sense. Sadly, even a modicum seems difficult to summon for certain sections of the Facebook community, with the social media giant admitting to testing a “Satire” tag for articles invented for comedy purposes.


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