Top iOS developer Marco Arment, creator of apps like Instapaper and Overcast, is worried Apple isn’t investing heavily enough in “big-data AI services” like Google, Amazon, Facebook, and others are. Arment warns that Apple “will find itself in a similar position as BlackBerry did almost a decade ago” if it doesn’t change that.
Facebook today announced that it is making Moments available to users in the EU and Canada. Moments is a private photo-sharing app from the social networking giant that uses facial recognition to identify your friends and family in photos and groups them accordingly. These photos will then also show up in your friend’s Moments app.
Facebook Reportedly Building Standalone Camera App; Going ‘Camera-First’ with Focus on Live Streaming
Facebook Messenger’s voice calling feature is no longer just for one-to-one conversations. Thanks to its latest update, the service now boasts the ability to make group calls from your iPhone, with support for up to 50 participants at one time.
Facebook’s Account Kit Ditches Password in Favor of a Phone Number; Save Button Makes it Easier to Share
Taking on Twitter’s Periscope and YouTube’s live streaming service, Facebook today announced an update for its app with focus on videos — both live and recorded. Replacing the Messenger tab, the new Video tab in the Facebook app will now allow you to quickly access (live) videos from your friends and pages that you follow.
Facebook is one of the biggest names around when it comes to social media, so obviously the network wants everyone to use it — even those who might have impaired vision.
Flyers who use KLM can now receive their boarding pass, check-in reminders, flight status updates and more inside Facebook Messenger. The airline is also offering customer support through the popular chat service, making it easier to get answers to your queries.