Facebook today pushed an update for its Facebook Messenger app, which now enables users to send voice messages, and are also testing VoIP calling in Canada. The new updated version for Android and iOS devices is now available for download on Google Play Store and Apple App Store respectively.

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Back in October 2012, Facebook reported a new milestone of one billion users, out of which more than 600 million where mobile users. Wondering from where these one billion users came from? Here’s an infographic that will give you an idea about Facebook’s expansion.

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WhatsApp claims to have a new record, with managing to process 18 Billion Messages on New Year’s even — 7 billion inbound and 11 billion outbound messages on a single day.

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Even without realizing, you have perhaps allowed hundreds of apps access to your personal info. Identify these apps and protect your Facebook, Google, and other network profiles with MyPermissions Cleaner.

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Lock Down Your Facebook and Google Accounts with Privacyfix

Privacyfix is a free Chrome and Firefox extension that automatically scans and identifies potential privacy issues in your Facebook and Google account settings and tells you how to fix them.

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Facebook is testing a new service that will enable advertisers (or anyone) to send messages to Facebook users with whom they are not connect with, and guarantees that this message will be delivered right into the users’ inbox, rather than the rarely-visited folder “other.”

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The news about Instagram’s change in privacy policy and terms of service that broke out earlier this week caused an outcry by users, thinking that the new policy would allow the photo-sharing giant to sell images without the individual permission of users. However, the update won’t be effective anymore as Instagram reverts to old advertising terms.

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Facebook has banned F.B. Purity for infringing on its trademark and breaking the ToS by not using the official API.

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Tumblr has been hacked and nearly 8600 unique user accounts have been compromised, with thousands of blogs defaced. The hacking attempt was successfully carried out by a notorious anti-blogging Internet-trolling group called GNAA or the ‘Gay Nigger Association of America’, best known for having trolled several prominent websites and Internet personalities including Slashdot, Wikipedia, CNN, and Barack Obama’s campaign website.

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Everybody’s been questioning if Facebook is actually going to acquire the Internet’s most loved and poplar messaging tool WhatsApp. No one from Facebook (or the WhatsApp developers team) has replied to any of the queries about the acquisition. However, with no official confirmation, this still remains a rumor.

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WhatsApp users are circulating a false message after they found out that the status of WhatsApp users has disappeared and were greeted with an ‘Error: Status Unavailable’ message. The problem, which was noticed just a few hours ago, has created a lot of panic among several thousands of users.

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Several number of Facebook users are posting and sharing about Facebook privacy notice that declares their copyright ownership of all content they post on the social networking site. If you are wondering what the fuss is all about, then don’t bother about it, as the message shared by your friends and other users is simply a hoax.

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Facebook Testing Notifications with Sound

It appears that the social networking giant Facebook is testing a sound to alert users whenever they receive a new notification on the site. As usual, Facebook selectively or randomly rolls out such test features for users to test and provide feedback.

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Rumor has it that Facebook is testing out a new service that could possibly make Craigslist a history. Two sources from within Facebook have revealed private information about the social media giant planning on a project that would directly compete with Craigslist. It is said that the project is likely to be finished sooner and […]

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Ever since Facebook launched the Timeline, users have been complaining about the complexity and cluttered organization of posts. With that, users have also disliked the permanent switch to the new profile layout. The switch was made as a beneficial factor for Facebook’s advertisers and marketers, ignoring the concerns of its users. However, looks like the […]

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