Today’s tech news: Instagram bug exposed some user passwords

Instagram the popular photo sharing network owned by Facebook, found by the bug which exposed the passwords of some of its users

Today’s tech news: Facebook’s Portal speaker is now on sale

Facebook’s new video talk gadgets Portal and Portal Plus are presently accessible for buy in the US.

Today’s tech news:Order for food through Facebook Messenger

Now a Chatbot that allows customers to order meals through Facebook Messenger.

Today’s tech news: Hackers accessed 29 million Facebook user accounts

In September, group of hackers utilized feature in Facebook’s “view as” to increase unapproved access to a large number of accounts.

Facebook to reveal its new feature Lip Sync with songs

Facebook has begun testing another component Facebook Lip Sync that gives you lip sync chance with songs on live.

Facebook removing its Trending Topics section from Next Week

Facebook users who love to check what’s in the news using its “Trending” news box will now have to look for some other source for what’s hot and spreading like a wild fire! Yes, you read it right.

New Mozilla Tool Limits Facebook from Tracking User Data

Ever since Facebook is surrounded by controversies after the latest Cambridge Analytica debate, users are either reluctant to use the social site or are worried about their data. Companies like Playboy are deleting their accounts and celebrities and bigwigs are busy joining #DeleteFacebook campaign.

Facebook to limit app’s access to account data after the Analytica Scandal

Ever since the Cambridge Analytica scandal has made to the headlines, Facebook is facing a tough time! And so is its CEO, Mark Zuckerberg! Being severely criticized for not offering proper privacy to his social media platform users

Whatsapp co-founder call for #deleteFacebook on twitter

As WhatsApp is calling for individuals to #deletefacebook in the wake of an outrage. For utilization of information with huge number of the online social media users.

Facebook Messenger Kids Parental controls

A letter sent Tuesday to CEO Mark Zuckerberg contends Facebook Messenger Kids the application is planned for those under 13. They aren’t prepared to have web-based social networking accounts.