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Facebook Seeks to Build Mobile Infrastructure in Uganda

Why it matters to you Connecting the world has always been at the core of Facebook’s mission, and now, it’s taking that mission to Africa with hopes of building new mobile infrastructure in Uganda. It may have over a billion monthly users, but Facebook still isn’t done connecting the world. …

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Facebook's Community Help Provides Forum for Disaster Relief

Why it matters to you Facebook's new Community Help feature will make it easier for disaster survivors to find and offer relief. Facebook’s Safety Check tool makes it easy to check up on loved ones after a terrorist attack, earthquake, hurricane, or other disaster, but there isn’t much more to …

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Facebook Lite User Numbers Grow to 200 Million Per Month

Why it matters to you As tech companies attempt to find ways to break into developing markets, they might take a page from Facebook's book. Facebook Lite isn’t so light in users. On Wednesday, the social media giant announced that more than 200 million people are now using the stripped-down …

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Facebook Revamps Camera On Messenger App

The camera is becoming an integral part of Facebook Messenger — so much so that users now have direct access to it from the home screen of the messaging app. Facebook has revamped its Messenger’s camera to offer a higher quality, faster experience. It has also added several new camera-related …

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Facebook Thwarts Prisma's Live-Streaming Effects

Just a few weeks ago, Prisma beat Facebook to the punch with artistic video filters for live videos — but now the social media giant has thwarted the app’s attempts to expand into live streaming by denying API access. Prisma’s popular art filters are applied to both stills and videos, …

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