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Facebook gives you tools to curate the content you see in your newsfeed. But have you ever used them? If you feel fed up with the posts, comments, and links you see on Facebook, try these options before you turn your back on the social network for good.
Facebook Messenger’s secret conversations let you send end-to-end encrypted messages. Here’s how it works.
This week, WhatsApp made a modification to the app settings giving parent company, Facebook, access to your contact information for targeted ads.
Starting July 7, Facebook will no longer keep photos synced to your private album. Facebook is providing a new app called Moments for them.
The iPhone camera makes it easy to capture awesome panorama images. Here’s a look at sharing those brilliant photos in full fidelity on Facebook.
For a lot of people, Facebook is unavoidable, and users share more personal information than ever. Here’s a look at ways at keeping that data private.
Facebook is rolling out a new feature to users that allow you to create live video feeds to put on your timeline. Here’s a look at using it on iOS.
If you’re on a limited mobile data plan, it can be difficult to control your usage with video ads and videos in general automatically playing, but we have you covered.
If you install the universal Facebook app on Windows 10, it takes over the Lock Screen by default. Here’s how you can prevent that from happening.
Facebook is great for sharing pictures, staying in touch with family, and finding old high school friends, but it can also be a productivity tool by sharing files with friends.
Two Factor Authentication is a vital layer of security you need to enable on all of your online accounts that offer it and we have a list that shows how.
Microsoft announced today that its discontinuing support for Facebook Chat and Google Chat in Outlook.com and pushing its users to start using Skype instead.
Facebook is notorious for poor privacy, and after you up load your photo a few times, it’ll recognize it and anyone who uploads your photo, it gets tagged.