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Facebook already added read receipts to Messenger making it hard to avoid boring people who somehow still clutter your ‘friends’ list, now it wants to make Events just as tedious.

Facebook already added read receipts to Messenger making it hard to avoid boring people who somehow still clutter your ‘friends’ list, now it wants to make Events just as tedious.

Set custom replies for Facebook Messenger on Apple Watch

Set custom replies for Facebook Messenger on Apple Watch

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#YouTube now uses deep learning to pick better video thumbnails http://onvb.co/0Br3mOy

#YouTube now uses deep learning to pick better video thumbnails http://onvb.co/0Br3mOy

Facebook employees are unoficially trying to defeat fake news

Facebook employees are unofficially trying to defeat fake news

Watch how fast #iOS9 is being downloaded, in real time http://onvb.co/YtN3O8s

Watch how fast #iOS9 is being downloaded, in real time http://onvb.co/YtN3O8s

Facebook, what's up with that weird graphic that shows up after you log off? http://tnw.me/d4jEVG0

Facebook, what's up with that weird graphic that shows up after you log off? http://tnw.me/d4jEVG0

#OneNote gets huge multi-tasking update with #iOS9 and #iPadPro support http://tnw.me/lStpBLK

#OneNote gets huge multi-tasking update with #iOS9 and #iPadPro support http://tnw.me/lStpBLK

 

Facebook makes it easier to start a conversation in Messenger

Facebook announced an all-new layout for its Messenger app today (presumably for Android and iOS, though only iOS screenshots were provided). The new "home... by David Ruddock in Applications, News, Videos

The current mobile market is volatile and there are people who are not yet bothered to get involved. Apple (iOS) and Google (Android) are battling for supremacy and the former is actually showing healthy signs of growth.

The current mobile market is volatile and there are people who are not yet bothered to get involved. Apple (iOS) and Google (Android) are battling for supremacy and the former is actually showing healthy signs of growth.