Facebook is jumping on the podcasting bandwagon with news that the social network will debut a podcast platform of its own as soon as next week, according to leaked internal emails.
A lot has changed over the years. One of the "negatives" regarding Android was so many pre-installed apps (especially thanks to wireless carriers). And Apple has essentially embraced the idea, with quite a few pre-installed apps available on an iPhone at launch.
The Apple Watch is one of the most popular products for Apple to date. And it easily dominates the smartwatch market. But it looks like Facebook is ready to bring on its own competitor in 2022.
Like most social networking sites, Facebook offers its users the ability to change their username. If you made a mistake the first time, then you can choose a new name for your Facebook account. Facebook is one of the biggest social media service on the internet, and is used by pretty much everyone who has access to internet. It's important that you have a username that includes your real name, so it's easier to find. Your unique username is what separates you from the others who have the same name as yours.
Apple has hired a former Facebook product manager to join its ad platforms product engineering team, indicating the Cupertino giant's advertising ambitions are growing.
The end result of the legal battle between Epic Games and Apple will fundamentally change a lot. But, before we get there, submitted documentation is here to give us a lot of juicy details.
Facebook is putting a bigger focus on audio these days. Earlier this month, the company confirmed a variety of new elements coming to its official app sometime in the future, including a feature aimed at taking on the mega-popular Clubhouse. And podcasts are part of the upgrade, too.
The leading music-streaming service Spotify has launched a new player inside Facebook's mobile apps on iOS and Android that supports full playback of songs, podcasts and other audio.
While, technically speaking, Epic Games is suing Apple, there are different companies being roped into the legal battle for various reasons. Facebook, for instance, is testifying on behalf of Epic Games. But that doesn't mean the company is trying to be as helpful as it can be, at least not when it comes to Apple.
Teased over the weekend, Apple's CEO Tim Cook has just had a brand new interview published early this morning. In it, Cook talks about a range of topics, including Tesla and App Store security.
Artificial intelligence is a major focal point for a variety of companies out there. Especially the ones launching "smart" products like smart speakers, and of course services like Siri, Google Assistant, and Alexa. So perhaps it's not too surprising to hear that Apple gobbled up the most companies in an effort to build up its own efforts.
Facebook has confirmed that it is “exploring” building a version of Instagram for children because many kids under the age of 13 are interested in joining the photo-sharing platform.