Mark Zuckerberg plans to make Facebook more private with 6 key changes

1st April 2019

So he declares in a massive blog post earlier this week, a winding read on Facebook’s potential for change and the future of the internet altogether. After building an multi-billion-dollar business on the idea of open sharing, Facebook is ready to become a more private, intimate kind of social network. You can read the full 3,200-word blog post here, but we’ve broken down the key points of Zuckerberg’s plant below…

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Facebook gives you more control over what you see in your News Feed

1st April 2019

Facebook has announced a new feature called “Why am I seeing this post?” which will help you better understand the content that shows up on your News Feed from friends, Pages and Groups you follow. Not only that, but this will also give you more control over what you see in the News Feed, letting you easily manage the posts you interact with on the site. The company says this…

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Signing up for Apple Card? Here’s how you check your credit score

1st April 2019

With the new Apple Card coming out this summer, it may be time to do a checkup on your credit score before you apply. You need to be a well-qualified customer to be approved for the new credit card. Apple hasn’t exactly explained what that means, but knowing your standing is never a bad thing. Credit checks aren’t just important when you’re considering opening a new credit card. You may…

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WhatsApp And Snapchat banned on company devices at Continental AG

1st April 2019

German auto parts maker Continental AG said it will forbid its 240,000 employees from using Facebook Inc.’s WhatsApp or Snap Inc.’s Snapchat on any of its company-issued mobile devices. About 36,000 such devices would be affected by the ban, which was provoked by privacy concerns, a Continental spokesman told Bloomberg. “We think it is unacceptable to transfer to users the responsibility of complying with data protection laws,” Chief Executive Officer…

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Verizon’s 5G internet launch will come with free YouTube TV or Apple TV 4K

1st April 2019

Verizon today announced that Google and Apple will be its first video streaming launch partners when the telecom’s 5G broadband service arrives later this year. It also revealed its fourth and final launch market, Indianapolis, which joins the previously announced Houston, Sacramento, and Los Angeles. The announcement today confirms a previous rumor late last month; customers who sign up to Verizon’s 5G home internet service can choose to receive a…

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