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bcastle
8 weeks ago

Facebook was helping psychology researchers determine whether being exposed to disproportionately positive or negative posts in peoples’ newsfeed caused...

jlister
9 weeks ago

It seems more and more common for site such as Facebook (and by that I really mean primarily Facebook) to be used as a vehicle for...

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dayzsunny
10 weeks ago

It seems like the struggle to protect a modicum of online privacy is a never ending battle. Facebook announced it plans to gather user browsing history for...

pcaulfield
11 weeks ago

A friend of mine sent a link about Slingshot, an iOS app that essentially works like Snapchat - it lets you send and receive photos and videos that are...

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lbloom
11 weeks ago
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It’s rumored that Facebook is looking to integrate unified communications tools into their service. It is thought that one of the...

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nbetolli
11 weeks ago

I read that Skype calls can now work through Facebook, but I don't see a button for it.

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landon
17 weeks ago

Is it possible to recover deleted chat history on Facebook? A buddy and I have a disagreement about a conversation we had a few weeks...

JOiseau
18 weeks ago

This week Facebook rolled out “Nearby Friends” a new location sharing feature. I don’t need to share with everyone where I am all the time, and I don’t want...

dniblock
21 weeks ago

I know, I know - how much of a “brand” does Oculus have at this stage. They only have the Rift VR headset in development, not one consumer unit has been...

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sspade
21 weeks ago

Is it safe to let my kids play games on the internet? What about on Facebook? Any recommendations for making sure that we're not...

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