Facebook has upgraded its Messenger for iOS to version 4.0, bringing several important features, most notably the ability to create groups and message forwarding.
Facebook plays a large role in many businesses' marketing strategies. Although business pages on the social networking site may have once been just a simple brand extension and a place where companies could connect with customers, it has become a dynamic advertising platform that can produce the same types of results as search engine optimization.
You really need to stop using so many hashtags on your brand's Facebook Page, according to a new report (though, it's probably a good rule of thumb for your personal page, too).
It's easy for humans to identify faces in pictures on Facebook, but the method isn't as simple for computers. Sure, Facebook has a suggested prompt that predicts who you're trying to tag, but now the company is working on a technology that promises "near-human accuracy" so you won't have to do it yourself in the future.
Facebook redesigned its news feed last week, but the company isn't stopping there. Next up for a makeover is Facebook Pages.
Whenever we create a new Facebook fan page, then Facebook gives an unique ID but when you change it to username then you will be not able to see your Facebook fan page ID anywhere around your Facebook. we used to find that id through Facebook graph API and also used Facebook ID finder online tools. but now you don't have to go anywhere and not need use any third party tool to find your Facebook fan page ID.
If you are someone who owns a Windows phone, you have probably noticed by now that the Facebook Messenger app, which is so prevalent on Android and iOS devices, is not available for your device. Don't misread me - Windows phones do have a version of Facebook Messenger built into their phones, but it can’t do everything that the standalone app can on other phones, it just simply doesn't have all that many features built into it.
Amazon isn't the only tech giant interested in drones. A report in TechCrunch says Facebook is eyeing a purchase of Titan Aerospace, maker of solar-powered, near-orbital aircraft that drives itself.
Facebook is bringing back F8, the company's major developer conference, for the first time in almost three years.
Developers have taken advantage of Google's new Play Store feature that allows certain members to download different builds of an app, giving them an easy and pain-free way to facilitate beta updates for those who are brave enough to try them. Facebook was one of the first major proponents of this system, and now they're taking things a step further - you can now be an alpha tester for the official Facebook for Android app!