Oculus Rift Touch Controllers are Coming This December

Oculus Rift Touch Controllers

The latest Facebook event envisioned many aspirations about the future of its VR technology and alongside announced that Oculus Rift Touch Controllers will be launch on Dec. 6th, 2016. The new controllers will be wearing a handsome price of $199 and two game titles will be readily available to benefit from them. Oculus Rift Touch… Continue reading Oculus Rift Touch Controllers are Coming This December

Facebook Marketplace app is Buying and Selling made Easy

Facebook Marketplace app

Facebook Marketplace will be launched this week in US, UK, Australia, and New Zealand. It will be another milestone for the largest social media company to make the most of the available e-commerce opportunities. About 450 million users are reported to already using the platform for buying and selling stuff every month. Until now, this e-commerce… Continue reading Facebook Marketplace app is Buying and Selling made Easy

Protecting Your Online Privacy – A Thorough Guide

Remember the times back when nobody thought about their privacy while browsing? The good old days before all those cookies, anonymous data collection is done by Google, Facebook, and others? The days when an adblocker combined with almost any anti-virus software guaranteed you won’t have to worry about your personal data being seen by the… Continue reading Protecting Your Online Privacy – A Thorough Guide

Facebook Messenger reaches 300M User Milestone

Facebook Messenger leaping towards becoming the world’s most used audio and video calling app. Reportedly, it 300M users out of the total 1B use the app for audio and video calling, making the most popular call maker next to Skype. In a recent report by TechCrunch, the head of Facebook Messenger David Marcus announced that… Continue reading Facebook Messenger reaches 300M User Milestone

SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Explodes, Facebook Satellite Destroyed

SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket explosion took place just two days ahead of launch on September 1, Thursday. The launch vehicle’s payload, Facebook’s AMOS-6 satellite, was completely destroyed in the explosion. The cause of the blast still unknown, the company says its investigating the so-called anomaly that caused the incident. Facebook’s dream to provide the internet… Continue reading SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Explodes, Facebook Satellite Destroyed

Getting Facebook Up in The Sky: The story of Project Aquila

Facebook's Project Aquila

Facebook’s project Aquila is aimed at providing the access of internet everywhere, with the help of solar-power drones that will throw the signal to the ground. But before we move on let’s make sure you can pronounce Aquila (uh-KEY-luh) in its correct voice. This is important you are going to read that name a lot.… Continue reading Getting Facebook Up in The Sky: The story of Project Aquila

Facebook News Feed Shifts More Towards Friends and Family

Facebook News Feed now focuses more on friends and family updates.

Facebook has announced that it will change the algorithms that change how its News Feed works. The new changes will prioritize updates from your friends and family, leaving other things waiting in line including the feed from the pages, organization, and Instant Articles as well. “We’ve heard from our community that people are still worried about… Continue reading Facebook News Feed Shifts More Towards Friends and Family

Facebook Removes Messaging Option From Its Mobile Site

For many people Facebook and Facebook Messenger mobile apps are completely unnecessary bloatware; all they do is killing your battery, using up all your processing resources and making your smartphone sluggish and unresponsive at times. The worst thing about this is that with every update Facebook makes, apps become even more power-hungry, bug-infected and larger… Continue reading Facebook Removes Messaging Option From Its Mobile Site

Microsoft, Facebook to put 160TB Internet Cable “MAREA” across the Atlantic Ocean

Microsoft and Facebook are planning to lay a 4100-mile internet cable across the Atlantic sea with a bandwidth capacity of 160TB. The giant undersea cable named “MAREA” has been consigned to Telefónica-owned Telxius. The project is expected to start in October 2017 with hubs connecting Northern Virginia to Bilbao, Spain. MAREA, which means “Tide” in… Continue reading Microsoft, Facebook to put 160TB Internet Cable “MAREA” across the Atlantic Ocean

World Tech Titans on a Mission to Web The Entire World

Before the advent of the internet, the world was stranger to its own regimes as people across the borders and oceans were disconnected from each other. Over the course of a single generation, the picture has radically changed and today Facebook, Twitter, Google, Snapchat, Instagram or other tech giants has made the world seem small,… Continue reading World Tech Titans on a Mission to Web The Entire World