Advertisement
Advertisement

Facebook’s Internet.org has connected almost 100M to the ‘internet’ – TechCrunch

Facebook is getting the developing world online, even as the developed world criticizes its privacy practices. Mark Zuckerberg said today on Facebook’s Q1 2018 earnings call that “our Internet.org efforts have helped almost 100 million people get access to the internet who may not have had it otherwise.” That’s up from 40 million in November 2016. […]

Facebook Lite is rolling out in the US this week

Facebook Lite, a version of Facebook made for developing countries that is designed to run on 2G networks, is rolling out to more countries, including developed ones, according to Reuters. Like Messenger Lite, the thought is that people with older Android devices or slower internet connections would benefit from the stripped-down app. Launched in 2015, […]

How to Use Messenger without Facebook Account

Facebook has the largest amount of 900 million account till the date. Its official app forces users to use messenger separately. It allows sending text messages, emoticons, GIFs, stickers, audio messages, video sharing, audio and video calling. Actually, there are so many benefits of using it. But, everyone isn’t using two different apps with the […]

Advertisement