Tag: Messenger

Facebook’s Plan To Unify Its Messaging Services Might Not Be Realized This Year

Recently there was a report on how Facebook was planning on unifying its messenger platforms, where they would be updated to share the same underlying infrastructure. The report claims that Facebook had planned to get it done by this year, but it seems that may no longer be a possibility. According to a report from […]

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Facebook to reportedly unite Messenger, WhatsApp, and Instagram messaging, add end-to-end encryption

Facebook will reportedly make it easier for users across its family of apps to chat by uniting the messaging infrastructures behind Messenger, WhatsApp, and Instagram and adding end-to-end encryption across all three services. The move — which is expected to take at least a full year to complete — is reportedly being done at the […]

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Facebook Messenger May Launch a ‘Watch Videos Together’ Feature

Sharing videos across social networks is certainly a thing these days, but that typically means watching the video for yourself and then sharing it to others so they can watch it separately on their own time. But what if Facebook could add a bit more of a social aspect to that experience? That appears to […]

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You Will Have 10 Minutes to Unsend a Message in Upcoming Facebook Messenger Feature

Facebook Messenger is one of the more popular messaging platforms out there, and sometimes a user might run into a situation where a sent message might not be the best possible text to send in that moment. Unfortunately, the platform doesn’t support an “unsend” feature. Yet. We reported back in October that the company was […]

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Author James Patterson Will Preview New Book Via Facebook Messenger

Over the years we have seen how technology has evolved and improved, where thanks to those improvements the way we do certain things has changed. Take for example how faster internet speeds and the rise in digital distribution platforms has resulted in gamers starting to purchase more digital games versus buying physical copies. Advertising We […]

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U.S. government wants Facebook to break Messenger encryption for a criminal investigation

(Reuters) — The U.S. government is trying to force Facebook to break the encryption in its popular Messenger app so law enforcement may listen to a suspect’s voice conversations in a criminal probe, three people briefed on the case said, resurrecting the issue of whether companies can be compelled to alter their products to enable […]

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