Fri, 19 Apr 2019, 7:00 AM
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Topic: Messenger

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In-app purchases were up 222% year on year, hitting US$18.9mil globally.
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PETALING JAYA: Malaysian users have suffered intermittent problems with using Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram services since 6.30pm this evening, as an outage was reported at the three social media g...
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Skype has announced that users can now add up to 50 people in a video or audio group call on the platform, connecting with people from all over the globe.
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SAN FRANCISCO, March 29 — As reported by CNET yesterday, Facebook has announced that Facebook Dating is now available in two more countries: Mexico and Argentina.
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Conversations on Facebook Messenger is about to get a bit easier with the introduction of the new feature that lets users reply to specific GIFs, text, photo, emoji or video messages.
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Facebook Inc has agreed to change its paid advertising platform as part of a wide-ranging settlement to prevent discriminatory and "harmful" practices, the company and US civil rights groups said on March 19.
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SAN FRANCISCO, March 14 — Facebook grappled with challenges on two fronts today, an hours-long outage and intensified scrutiny from investigators reportedly probing data deals struck by the world’...
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Facebook is undergoing one of its most widespread and persistent system outages, with users across the globe unable to access its social network and services from Instagram to Messenger for much of March 13.
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Facebook Inc Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said on Wednesday the company would encrypt conversations on more of its messaging services and make them compatible, the latest sign that the world’s bi...
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SAN FRANCISCO, March 7 ― Facebook Inc Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg yesterday said the company would encrypt conversations on more of its messaging services and make them compatible, the latest si...
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The Dark Mode for Facebook’s Messenger is finally here and it has arrived as a fun Easter Egg.
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Facebook has made tons of changes to their Messenger app recently.
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SAN FRANCISCO, Feb 14 ― Though you still won't be able to post Instas from your desktop, you may soon be able to send direct messages.
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Call it the "Zuckerberg Delete Function," if you want. Or call it "Erase." Or maybe, the "Thanks For Letting Me Finally Get Rid Of That" option.
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A US judge on Feb 11 rejected a bid by two civil rights groups that had sought to force the release of documents describing a secret US government effort to compel Facebook Inc to decrypt voice conversations between users on its Messenger app.
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Facebook is pushing back against a German ruling that could make it harder for the company to combine data from all the services it runs in order to target ads even more precisely.
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Facebook's reported plans to merge the infrastructure of its Messenger, WhatsApp and Instagram services would, if implemented, face antitrust scrutiny in Germany, the head of the Federal Cartel Office said.
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We have all done it at least once.
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Facebook on Feb 5 added a Messenger feature for anyone who has fired off a comment they regretted – a way to take it back.
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SAN FRANCISCO, Feb 6 ― Facebook yesterday added a Messenger feature for anyone who has fired off a comment they regretted ― a way to take it back.
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Here are three messaging services that will respect your privacy now and in the future.
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Facebook said it is trying to get its messaging apps to be friends, allowing encrypted missives be exchanged no matter which of its services are used.
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They are three different applications with vastly different design and functions (to some extent), so sometime it might be easy to forget that WhatsApp, Instagram, and Facebook Messenger are actually ...
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A federal judge in Oakland ruled that law enforcement agencies cannot force people to use biometric features such as facial-recognition to unlock their phones and other devices in a case that highlights the fight between Big Tech and law enforcement over users' privacy.
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Facebook is reportedly ready to introduce a dark mode to its Messenger app, making it the latest social media platform to follow the trend after Twitter and Reddit announced their versions earlier.
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After getting streamlined , it looks like Facebook’s Messenger app is also getting a dark mode.
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It's rare that a new gadget these days serves a true need. Rather, it creates a want. You certainly don’t need the Facebook Portal, whose primary purpose is to let you make video calls through Messenger.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) will be upgrading its communication infrastructure at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) for the next three months, starting from Jan 1, 2019.