In honor of April Fools’ Day, “We’re Doing Business Like Nobody’s Business” is Tumblr‘s snappy new slogan meant to promote its new efforts to increase productivity for businesses. (LOL, productivity on Tumblr.) Tumblr Executive Suite 2016 features everything a small business needs to get off the ground, including spreadsheets, legal pad widgets and a quote [...]

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Facebook now has a dedicated feature that lets parents tag their children in photos. The social network rolled out a new feature on Tuesday called Scrapbook for parents to create customizable shared photo albums of their children in the Facebook app and on the web. See also: How to use Facebook for thank you notes [...]

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Snapping selfies has gone from cultural faux pas to accepted norm over the last few years, as our constantly connected world shares every aspect of daily life. But there are moments when taking one simply isn’t appropriate Here’s a prime example: selfies uploaded to social media of Thursday’s East Village explosion in New York City, [...]

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“This app was created to increase cyberbullying. There’s no other reason.” So begins the current top review on iTunes for the controversial Burnbook app. The social networking service has made headlines across the country in recent weeks for bringing anonymous cyberbullying and threats of violence to American high schools. See also: How to debate the [...]

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Update: A Facebook spokesperson has clarified that statements made during the keynote at F8 were not intended to be an announcement of availability for the consumer version of Oculus Rift. Virtual reality gaming is coming “this year,” Facebook’s chief technology officer Mike Schroepfer said on stage at day two of the social network’s F8 Developer [...]

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It’s a big week for Facebook. The company’s employees, developers and observers will descend upon San Francisco for F8, Facebook’s developer conference. Facebook often uses F8 to introduce some notable ideas and tweaks. CEO Mark Zuckerberg introduced the “social graph” concept in 2007, referring to users’ connections on the social network. Four years later, Facebook unveiled [...]

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Facebook may be trying to take over your phone app. The social network is testing a voice-calling app that can screen your calls and show you information about who is calling, according to an image obtained by Android Police. See also: Facebook plans to add third-party apps to Messenger The app, called “Phone,” will display [...]

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If you’ve ever gotten into a heated discussion on Facebook or Twitter, you know it can be difficult to get your point across successfully. We’ve put together a quick list of “do’s and don’ts” for debating the big issues on social media platforms. Have a read of our suggestions and share your etiquette tips in [...]

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Facebook Messenger is slated to get a big overhaul. Mashable has learned Facebook plans to announce that it’s opening up Facebook Messenger to third-party apps during its upcoming F8 Developer Conference in San Francisco next week See also: You can now pay your friends through Facebook Messenger The social network is set to announce about [...]

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Facebook’s long-awaited payments feature is finally here. On Tuesday, the social network announced a new feature for Messenger that lets users send and receive money to one another. The feature will roll out to Facebook users in the U.S. across desktop, Android and iOS over the next few months. See also: Facebook Messenger Hack Reveals [...]

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