Facebook Inc on Thursday put an end to a test of splitting its signature News Feed into two, an idea that roiled how people consumed news in the six countries where it occurred and added to concern about Facebook’s power. The test created two streaming series of posts. One was
Facebook Inc reported slightly slower-than-expected growth in daily active users in the latest quarter and said changes made to the ‘news feed’ reduced the time spent by users by about 50 million hours every day. Shares of the company were down 3 percent at $181.26 after the bell on Wednesday.
Facebook recently announced the latest major tweak to its news feed. The changes, which Facebook says it has put in place to make the experience more “meaningful,” could mean that you’ll see more from your family and friends and a lot less from brands or publisher pages you follow. READ
Facebook‘s move to highlight posts from friends and family over those from brands and publications follows months of turmoil for the social network and will result in lower advertising revenue — at least in the short-term, analysts said. Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the shift in the configuration
Facebook is set to make sweeping changes to how your news feed works, making posts from businesses, brands and media less prominent. The social media giant said its tweaking what people see to make their time on Facebook more “meaningful.” READ MORE: Facebook Canada unveils plan to fight fake news, hacking
A local group of volunteers is fighting to keep good food out of the garbage and help it into the mouths of the hungry. The Leftovers Foundation started in Calgary, but in the last year it’s been gaining traction in Edmonton, thanks to a group of young leaders in the
Kanye West, considered one of Donald Trump‘s largest superstar supporters, looked as if it would have deleted his tweets about his assembly closing 12 months with the then U.S. president-elect during which the 2 mentioned multicultural problems. The influential rapper’s handful of Twitter entries from their Dec. 13 assembly at