Hi, welcome to a new segment of This Week’s Talking Points. In today’s segment, we look at some extremely significant news of the week such as WhatsApp finally adding a recall feature, the Google Pixel display issues and Amazon Key delivery system. So, let’s get started: WhatsApp has Added a
Welcome to another new segment of Last Week Talking Points where we look at events of the last one week. We dedicate this space to focus on last week events before we can fully focus our attention to the new week. Let’s get started: Elon Musk Plans to take you
Facebook has introduced a crisis response center where people can get more information about a recent crisis. They will also have access to Facebook crisis tools. These tools include Safety Check, Community Help and Fundraisers to support crisis recovery. The goal is to bring all tools helpful during a crisis
Facebook has just announced two new ways to relive meaningful memories. The 1st feature will be for recapping your memories; this will package your recent memories in a manner that you can relive them or even share with friends. It will also bundle related memories into a seasonal or monthly
Facebook is taking the fight against false news and hoaxes a notch higher. Facebook will from now on block ads or boosted posts from pages that shares stories that are marked as false news. Facebook uses third party fact checking organizations for fact checking of stories shared on their platform.
For those of us whose use Facebook, birthdays notifications are just a thing we have gotten used to. Facebook will notify us when a friend has a birthday and in turn we send our wishes, whether its that simple “hbd” post on their timeline or a comprehensive message accompanied by
A few days ago, Facebook launched a competitor for Netflix, YouTube and Amazon Prime. This looks like the next natural step for the social media giant in its mission to gain more users and increases its revenues. With 2 billion monthly users, Facebook is looking to take on the market