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Now you can post GIF on Facebook : finally and officially

By Vikas R. Srivastava / May 29, 2015

Facebook confirmed today that it will support animated GIF in the Facebook news feed. Now users finally, actually, truly and most important officially can post GIF in Facebook post. But this new feature of Facebook is not so straight. You can not post GIF on Facebook by directly uploading it as you do for other images […]

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Google Photos : Free unlimited storage with amazing features

By Vikas R. Srivastava / May 29, 2015

The web giant, Google care of users moments to life. So, now Google brings “Google Photos” which let Android, iOS and web users to store their memories through photos and videos, unlimited and free of cost. Google Photos provide one home for all your photos and videos from all of your devices. It keeps all […]

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Instant Articles: Facebook Starts Hosting Publisher’s Content

By Vikas R. Srivastava / May 13, 2015

Facebook Introduces “Instant Articles” , a new program for publishers to create fast, interactive articles on Facebook. This app enables publishers to provide a better experience for their readers on Facebook. Facebook claims, Publisher content hosted by Instant Articles loads 10x faster than the mobile web. As more people get their news on mobile devices, we want […]

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How to see hidden friends list of any Facebook user

By Vikas R. Srivastava / May 8, 2015

Facebook take care of users privacy very efficiently. It gives users control over their almost each bit of information posted on their social profile. Facebook users are provided by various functionality which let them manage their personal information to who can see or who can interact with, either one by one or in bulk. Hiding your friends list with others […]

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Net Neutrality: Facebook opens up Internet.org to developers

By Vikas R. Srivastava / May 4, 2015

Facebook today announced its Internet.org platform for developers, intentionally to pacify Net Neutrality critics. The platform will be open to all content and application developers who meet “certain guidelines”, including content being built for browsing on both feature and smartphones and in limited bandwidth scenarios. Through the Internet.org platform, developers can now create services that […]

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Facebook Launches Free Video Calling In Messenger

By Vikas R. Srivastava / April 28, 2015

Facebook continuously enhancing features in its Messenger platform. Now Facebook just launched free video calling in Messenger using VOIP over cellular and Wi-Fi. Now you can have face-to-face conversations with your friends and the people you care about, via Messenger. As we know Facebook’s Messenger already allows users to make voice calls and also we […]

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