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While Apple is still selling plenty of iPhones, iPads, and smartwatches around the world, the tech giant's "services" and software are suddenly growing at an unrivaled pace, generating revenues of nearly $11 billion between October and December 2018, up from $9.1 billion during the final three months of the previous year.
The number of Likes on your Instagram posts may soon be invisible to others as the Facebook subsidiary has created a design prototype, which hides the Like counts from your posts.
Apple’s iOS 13 is going to bring several overhauls over previous versions with system-wide dark mode, undo gestures and special iPad features like multiple windowed apps. Today news broke out that Apple is also working on merging its Find my iPhone and Find my Friends apps in a single one under the “Green Torch” code name.
Facebook is discontinuing payments in its Messenger app for users in the United Kingdom and France. The information comes from Engadget, who it from Facebook itself. The company says it will focus its efforts on experiences that ...
Last week, there were reports that Huawei might sell 5G modems to Apple, which currently has no way to source such chips.
We know that Amazon is working on a pair of wireless earbuds that are supposed to offer better sound at a cheaper cost than Apple's very popular AirPods.
Facebook is split into so many products these days that it's hard to keep track to everything the social app has to offer if you're not a hardcore user. News Feed, Stories, Messenger are just some of the features that Facebook has made available to users throughout the years.
This coming Tuesday, the biggest hockey fight in tech history makes its way to a San Diego courtroom. Once again, Apple and Qualcomm get to square off in court, but this time billions and billions of dollars are at stake. According to the Wall Street Journal, there isn't much of a personal relationship between the CEOs of both firms.
If you mosey on over to DownDetector.com you'll notice something interesting. The graphs that measure the number of complaints received by Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp users all look the same.
Nearly $20 million went toward security for Zuckerberg and his family, up from about $9 million the year prior. Zuckerberg also received $2.6 million for personal use of private jets, which the company said was part of his overall security program.
Facebook's strategy to achieve world domination with multiple social networking services and messaging appshasn't always been very coherent and predictable, but it seems Mark Zuckerberg wants to bring together the resources and capabilities of Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp soon enough.
WhatsApp could soon be planning to add a new 'Ignore archived chat' feature to the app. Back in October 2018, it was reported that a 'Vacation Mode' was in the works, but it looks the feature will be called 'Ignore archived chat'