Delete Facebook Android App

How to increase your Android phone’s battery life by 20% in 20 seconds

November 21st at 2:46 PM

How to increase your Android phone’s battery life by 20% in 20 seconds

Facebook’s Android app spells trouble for the battery life and performance of your mobile devices, as several reports revealed a while ago. But wait, didn’t Facebook fix those problems? It turns out that Facebook remains a huge battery hog on Android, and you could get 20% more battery life on your smartphone if you uninstall it right now. More →

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Facebook WhatsApp Data Collection

You can apparently force Facebook to stop collecting WhatsApp data

November 17th at 9:01 PM

You can apparently force Facebook to stop collecting WhatsApp data

If you’re living in Europe and you’re unhappy with the fact that Facebook-owned WhatsApp started sharing data with its parent company in spite of saying it would never do it, then you’re in luck. It looks like Facebook can be stopped from gathering even more data about you through WhatsApp. More →

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WhatsApp Video Calling iPhone

WhatsApp finally receives support for video calling

November 15th at 7:46 AM

WhatsApp finally receives support for video calling

It took WhatsApp long enough, but the feature you may have been waiting for is finally here: free video chatting for all. Just like any other chat/messaging app out there, WhatsApp now lets you initiate and receive video calls. All you need to do to get them is to update the app to the latest version, and then get a reliable connection, whether it’s cellular or Wi-Fi. More →

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2016 Election Facebook

Mark Zuckerberg stands his ground, says Facebook didn’t lead to a Donald Trump Presidency

November 14th at 9:16 AM

Mark Zuckerberg stands his ground, says Facebook didn’t lead to a Donald Trump Presidency

Defying pollsters and political pundits across the country, Donald Trump handily won the 2016 U.S. Presidential election and will be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States in just about two months. Trump’s surprising victory over Hillary Clinton was met with utter shock and disbelief in liberal circles, prompting many to wonder how a candidate with zero political experience and a penchant for making inflammatory remarks managed to inspire and capture the attention of so many Americans.

Through this process, an increasingly popular narrative holds that many Americans were swayed, if not downright duped, into voting for Trump on account of fake stories on Facebook. As the argument goes, Facebook has done a horrible job of identifying and removing fake stories from its feed (especially anti-Hillary Clinton stories), thereby exposing the site’s vast user base to what ultimately amounts to propaganda.

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