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Facebook’s dislike button takes form of emojis

Facebook’s dislike button takes form of emojis

FACEBOOK is expanding its emotional range. The social networking company said it is finally letting users do more than “like” what they see in their news feed, a move that businesses may favour with a thumbs up.

How Google wants to speed up news stories on your phone

How Google wants to speed up news stories on your phone

Google is working with dozens of big publishers to speed up the bloated mobile web.

Facebook, Eutelsat in African Internet satellite hook-up, service launches in 2016

Facebook, Eutelsat in African Internet satellite hook-up, service launches in 2016

EUROPEAN satellite operator Eutelsat Communications and social media giant Facebook said Monday they are working jointly to deliver satellite broadband Internet to connectivity-hungry sub-Saharan Africa.

Twitter names Jack Dorsey as CEO

Twitter names Jack Dorsey as CEO

Jack Dorsey is Twitter’s new CEO

Today is the last day of Google as you know it

Today is the last day of Google as you know it

Google as you know it is about to change forever… ish. The Internet giant announced Friday that it expects to transition its stock from “Google Inc” to “Alphabet” at the end of the business day

Google takes aim at Apple with new devices, OS

Google takes aim at Apple with new devices, OS

Google is expected to unveil two new Nexus smartphones, its new mobile operating system and the next generation of its Chromecast streaming device at an event in San Francisco on Tuesday.

Facebook, eyeing TV dollars, rolls out new ad products

Facebook, eyeing TV dollars, rolls out new ad products

Facebook Inc introduced a slate of new advertising products on Sunday, most of which are aimed at luring television advertisers onto the 1.5-billion user social network.

Facebook rolls out 360 video for News Feed

Facebook rolls out 360 video for News Feed

Facebook Inc said its news feed for web and Android platform users will now support 360-degree videos.

Samsung told to stop copying iPhone

Samsung told to stop copying iPhone

After a years-long court battle, Apple finally got what it wanted: A federal appeals court ruled Thursday that Samsung smartphones can no longer copy certain iPhone features.

Apple customers report devices crashing on iOS 9 update

Apple customers report devices crashing on iOS 9 update

A significant number of Apple Inc customers are reporting their mobile devices have crashed after attempting to upload the new iOS 9 operating system, the latest in a line of launch glitches for the tech giant.

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