A post on the official FB post said starting this week, it was rolling out the scheduling ability for Verified Pages, starting with ‘live’ videos published via the Facebook Live API.
Still under wraps, Oculus has not released any details on the components that go into this new prototype, but we definitely know it’s going to have a very powerful mobile System-on-a-Chip.
Facebook said it had completed the task of implementing end-to-end encryption to all of its 900 million Messenger users, something it had started earlier this year.
Reports: TechCrunch, Engadget, Mashable
It has the highest rated smartphone camera, ever, a battery that Google claims will lasts all day, unlimited storage for all your photos & videos, & ‘Google Assistant’ built in.
‘Marketplace’ is a destination to discover, buy-n-sell stuff with people within the FB community.
Using the new camera features, you can now write or draw on photos & videos, as well as add emoji to express yourself.
Nearly 3 years after it launched the desktop version of its Pinterest-like email client called ‘Alto’, AOL has launched the smartphone app of the same for iOS & Android.
Twitter said that it’s starting to roll out the ability for any user to make their own Moments in the app’s Web client.
Reports: The Verge, BT.com VentureBeat
Initially, the app is aimed at the Indian market but YouTube may debut it for other emerging markets where Internet connectivity is not up to the mark.
With over 400 million active devices a month running Microsoft’s Windows 10, the IT major has decided to add to the already extensive Windows 10 security stack with what it called “a revolutionary security improvement” to Microsoft Edge.
Snap Inc. is trying to do Google Glass one better. The “failure” of the search giant’s eyeglass-mounted camera has not deterred the company that brought you Snapchat from developing Spectacles, a new type of sunglasses with tiny integrated video cameras that connect to the Net directly.