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Facebook working on laser technology to deliver high speed internet through drones/satellites

Facebook working on laser technology to deliver high speed internet through drones/satellites

02 Jul 2015

Washington: Facebook, the world's largest social networking platform, is working on laser technology to deliver high speed internet through drones or satellites.

Facebook,   Social networking,   High speed internet,   Drones,   Satellites,  
Turkey restricts Facebook in schools: Report

Turkey restricts Facebook in schools: Report

02 Jul 2015

Istanbul: Turkey has restricted students from posting pictures and opinions about school life on Facebook, Twitter and other social media, local media said today. The changes, put forward by the Education Ministry, took effect after being published in the Official Gazette on July 1, Dogan news agency said.

Turkey,   School life,   Facebook,   Twitter,   Social media,   Local media,   Turkey education,  
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg wants to figure out <strong>social</strong> equation

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg wants to figure out social equation

01 Jul 2015

San Francisco: Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg figures there could be a formula that explains how people think. During a wide-ranging online question-and-answer session on his Facebook page, Zuckerberg told famed physicist Stephen Hawking he would like to find that equation.

Facebook,   Mark Zuckerberg,   Zuckerberg interview,   Zuckerberg FB page,  
Telecom Department committee suggests new law incorporating principles of net neutrality

Telecom Department committee suggests new law incorporating principles of net neutrality

02 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Days after Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said the government will soon come out with its report on the controversial issue of net neutrality, a telecom department report has reportedly recommended against regulating any over the top services except the local voice calls.

Net neutrality,   Ravi Shankar Prasad,   Save the internet,   Free internet,   Social media ,  
CAG raps Delhi government for discrepancies, not obtaining fund proof

CAG raps Delhi government for discrepancies, not obtaining fund proof

01 Jul 2015

New Delhi: The government auditor Comptroller & Auditor General (CAG) today pointed out discrepancies in implementation of social welfare schemes including mid-day meal (MDM) and pulled up the Delhi government for its failure to obtain fund utilisation certificates from various institutions.

CAG,   Delhi government,   social welfare schemes,   mid day meal,   Delhi Tourism,   MDM scheme,   latest Nation news,  
Facebook targets 2G data users with lighter mobile app

Facebook targets 2G data users with lighter mobile app

01 Jul 2015

New Delhi: With eye on huge 2G subscriber base, social media giant Facebook has announced the launch of its new lighter version of Android-based mobile app 'Lite' in India that will consume much less space and work in all network conditions.

Facebook,   Facebook Lite,   Facebook app,   Facebook for Android,   Social network,   Facebook data usage,   lighter version of Facebook,   FB lite,  
Facebook's new photo tools allow users to add text, stickers from Stickered app

Facebook's new photo tools allow users to add text, stickers from Stickered app

29 Jun 2015

Facebook has added new features to its iOS app that bear more than a passing resemblance to Snapchat. Users of the social network can now add text, stickers from its Stickered app, and filters to their images.

Facebook,   Facebook features,   Facebook for iOS,   Snapchat,   Social network,   Stickered app,  
Facebook Messenger goes solo, spells danger for WhatsApp

Facebook Messenger goes solo, spells danger for WhatsApp

29 Jun 2015

London: The world's leading social networking site, Facebook has announced that now social butterflies need not to have a Facebook account to use Facebook Messenger.

social networking,   Facebook,   Facebook account,   Facebook Messenger,   WhatsApp ,  
Soon, read newspaper articles 'instantly' on Facebook

Soon, read newspaper articles 'instantly' on Facebook

29 Jun 2015

New York: Facebook will soon make its Instant Articles programme live, with publishers like NBC News and the New York Times already in the fray. Other early-stage partners include the Guardian, BBC News, Spiegel Online and Bild.

Facebook,   Instant Articles,   social networking,   Facebook news,   Facebook app,  
Facebook launches Lite app for Android users in India

Facebook launches Lite app for Android users in India

29 Jun 2015

New Delhi: Facebook has launched its Lite app for Android users in India. The app is designed to provide the social network's core experience reliably on spotty and slow mobile connections.

Facebook,   Facebook Lite,   Facebook app,   Facebook for Android,   Social network,   Slow mobile connections,  

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