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<strong>Facebook</strong> connects 'fighters' in Indo-Bangla enclaves

Facebook connects 'fighters' in Indo-Bangla enclaves

01 Aug 2015

Kolkata: A group of youth, who alerted the world to the plight of people in the India-Bangladesh enclaves by uniting under the 'Facebook Fighters' banner, are now busy raising a toast to their new found 'freedom'.

Facebook,   Indo Bangla enclaves,   Facebook Fighters,   Facebook users in enclaves,   Social Network,   Latest Nation News,  
<strong>Facebook</strong> ready to test giant drone for Internet service

Facebook ready to test giant drone for Internet service

31 Jul 2015

Menlo Park (US): Facebook says it will begin test flights later this year for a solar-powered drone with a wingspan as big as a Boeing 737, in the next stage of its campaign to deliver Internet connectivity to remote parts of the world.

Facebook,   giant drone testing,   Internet service,   solar powered drone,   latest tech news,  
<strong>Facebook</strong> testing LinkedIn-like tags for profile page

Facebook testing LinkedIn-like tags for profile page

30 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Social networking giant Facebook Inc has been testing a new feature called profile tags, a creative tool that allows users and their friends to add tags to their profile to highlight the things that describe them and what they are into.

Social networking,   Facebook Inc,   Profile tags,   Facebook users,   Tags,   Facebook friends ,  
<strong>Facebook</strong> eyes 4.5 billion users with Internet.org

Facebook eyes 4.5 billion users with Internet.org

29 Jul 2015

Houston: A year after Facebook introduced Internet.org, the company is making it easier for any mobile operator to sign up to offer free Internet access to basic online services and hopes to add more 4.5 billion users.

Facebook,   Internet.org,   Mobile operators,   Free Internet,   Basic online services,  
Privilege motion: Robert Vadra replies to Lok Sabha Secretariat, invokes freedom of speech

Privilege motion: Robert Vadra replies to Lok Sabha Secretariat, invokes freedom of speech

30 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Robert Vadra, son-in-law of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, today invoked the constitutional right of freedom of speech in his reply to a notice served by the Lok Sabha Secretariat on a privilege motion moved against him for a Facebook post.

Robert Vadra,   Congress president,   Sonia Gandhi,   Freedom of speech,   Lok Sabha Secretariat,   Privilege motion,   Facebook post,  
 Epic! <strong>Facebook</strong> helps woman reunite with father

Epic! Facebook helps woman reunite with father

28 Jul 2015

New York:  A woman from Seattle has been reunited with her father through Facebook after many years, media reports said. Tina Gomez shared a photo of herself on Facebook, asking viewers to share it to help her find her dad.

Facebook,   woman,   father,   Seattle,   Tina Gomez,   Latest lifestyle news ,  
<strong>Facebook</strong> to expand Internet.org programme for free basic Internet services

Facebook to expand Internet.org programme for free basic Internet services

28 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Undeterred by the criticism from Net neutrality activists in India, social networking giant Facebook today said it will expand its Internet.org programme to offer free basic Internet services to the unconnected.

Net neutrality,   Social networking,   Facebook,   Internet.org,   Free Internet,   Save the Internet ,  
<strong>Facebook</strong> partnership boon for video technology firm Bidalgo

Facebook partnership boon for video technology firm Bidalgo

27 Jul 2015

TEL AVIV: Facebook marketing partner Bidalgo targets a tripling in sales in 2015 as its new technology to automate the process of making personalised online video advertising benefits from Facebook's growing share of the video market.

Facebook,   Bidalgo,   Technology,   Online video,   Advertising,   Video market,  
<strong>Facebook</strong> helps discover new carnivorous plant

Facebook helps discover new carnivorous plant

27 Jul 2015

London: A huge carnivorous plant has become the first plant species to be "discovered on Facebook" after a photo posted by an amateur researcher in Brazil was spotted by scientists on the social networking site.

Carnivorous plant,   Facebook,   Brazil,   Social networking,   Drosera magnifica,  
Google bids adieu to its social network Google Plus

Google bids adieu to its social network Google Plus

28 Jul 2015

Houston: Google is bidding adieu to Google Plus, an awkwardly named social network that the American search engine giant had launched four years ago hoping it would become a serious rival to Facebook.

Google,   Google Plus,   Social network,   Search engine,   Facebook,  

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