Oculus Blog – 4.18.19 (4.16.19)
Starting today, you can share 3D photos through Facebook Stories, a place where people share real, everyday moments. Just like with 3D photos you share to News Feed, you’ll be able to see who has viewed, reacted to, and responded to your story. The difference is that Stories are only visible for 24 hours, so they always feel current and help people catch up on what happened that day.
Read more: Introducing New Features for 3D Photos on Facebook
Microsoft Blogs – 4.17.19 (4.15.19)
If it’s been a minute since you’ve used Skype, there are several new features that have come out since the Windows 10 October 2018 Update: background blurring, OneDrive integration and live captions and subtitles.
Read more: Windows 10 Tip: What’s new in Skype for Windows 10 PCs
Facebook Newsroom – 4.12.19 (4.10.19)
Today, we’re kicking off a new collaborative process with outside experts on misinformation. The goal: to arrive at externally-validated, consistent approaches that have the potential to help Facebook catch greater quantities of misinformation, more efficiently.
Read more: Teaming Up Against False News
Facebook Newsroom – 4.9.19
People turn to Facebook to find community during life’s highs and lows. We know the loss of a friend or family member can be devastating — and we want Facebook to be a place where people can support each other while honoring the memory of their loved ones.
Read more: Making It Easier to Honor a Loved One on Facebook After They Pass Away
McAfee Blog – 4.8.19 (4.6.19)
What adults call texting, kids call talking. They “talk” on their phones via chat, social comments, snaps, posts, tweets, and direct messages. And they are talking most of the time — tap, tap, tap — much like background music. In all this “talking” a language, or code, emerges just as it has for every generation only today that language is in acronyms, hashtags, and emojis. And while the slang is perfectly understood peer-to-peer, it has parents googling like crazy to decipher it.
Read more: Teen Texting Slang (and Emojis) Parents Should Know
Avast Blog – 4.8.19 (4.3.19)
Facebook strikes again. In the latest security gaffe by the social media giant, over half a billion Facebook records have been found sitting in plain sight by third parties using Amazon’s cloud services. None of the cloud servers were password protected. Has this scenario become too familiar?
Read more: 540M Facebook Records Exposed on Amazon Servers