Now users can like strange and horny content with abandon.
Oh look, another Facebook app no one needed.
Around 30,000 users tuned in as Zuckerberg referred to this “pretty disappointing” leak.
Anything that cuts down on the anxiety of checking my news feed is a win in my book.
The couple were reportedly arrested in July but their identities were only revealed this week since the Iranian government has not yet acknowledged the arrests.
This is yet another reminder that private content is only as private as the people with access choose to keep it.
It won't solve all of Facebook's problems, but it's a step in the right direction.
Threads appears to be designed to allow a selected list of friends to receive regular, automatic updates on a user’s “location, speed, and more.”
It’s the same sort of hoax that has circulated on Facebook many times before.
According to Business Insider, HYP3R “buil[t] up detailed profiles of huge numbers of people’s movements, their habits, and the businesses they frequent over time.”
The social platform is looking to rebrand the two apps by renaming them “Instagram from Facebook” and “WhatsApp from Facebook".
Turn your selfies into cash for good causes.
Snapchat seems to have figured out the secret, and it's goofy videos and dancing hotdogs.
Among the most interesting features, however, are those that veer away from more recent changes that Instagram is testing itself.
Instagram’s recent rollouts of updates continues this week with more changes around post and account take-downs, as well as a new process for appealing content deletion.