See Which Facebook Apps Access Your Data

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As the Facebook–Cambridge Analytic scandal enters its third week, the #DeleteFacebook campaign is gaining momentum. And now big brands are joining in. The Facebook–Cambridge Analytic scandal is complex, but the simplified version of it is Facebook allows third-party apps to harvest user data when a user subscribes to those apps. But the user data Cambridge […]

Facebook’s new Moments app powered by artificial intelligence

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Facebook Moments uses facial recognition to send friends your photos they’re in The days of taking one group picture with different phones may be over thanks to a new app from Facebook. Released in the US Monday, Facebook’s standalone “Moments” app will allow photos taken at an event or outing to be shared privately with […]

New Facebook app Riff lets you make viral videos with friends

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Facebook launched a new mobile app on Wednesday called Riff. With Riff, friends can collaborate on videos together by adding their own clips to the same project. Snapchat has a similar feature called Stories, a collection of footage from events put together by the disappearing messaging app. With Riff, Facebook (FB) puts the power of […]

Mark Zuckerberg’s New Secret Weapon for Deal-Making: WhatsApp

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As anyone who’s worked with Mark Zuckerberg can attest, Facebook is always his preferred communication app. But when Zuck began exploring a deal to buy Oculus VR earlier this year, he went with an alternative. Brendan Iribe, the CEO of the virtual-reality headset maker, didn’t have the Facebook or Messenger apps installed on his phone. […]