Instagram is officially testing the chronological feed

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Instagram's feed is a point of contention for a lot of users. The company, which is owned by Facebook, has worked on the way it's laid out, and the way people see posts, on a semi-regular basis for quite some time now. But one thing that a lot of users have requested, a return to the chronological feed, has been missing. It was teased in December, and now it's here finally.

Survey shows a lot of users trust Amazon and Google more than Apple with their personal data

One of the key, tentpole features for Apple across its services, operating systems, and products is user privacy. They shout about it from the rooftops when given the opportunity. And it's been like that for years. It's a lot of the reason so many people have adopted Apple's ecosystem into their lives. And yet, a new survey shows a lot of people out there still trust other companies more in this regard.

Facebook pokes at Apple’s App Store Guidelines by instituting new creator subscription links

Apple's App Store Guidelines are there for a reason. Whether or not that reason is justified, at least in some circumstances, remains a hot topic these days. Epic Games, for instance, does not approve of many aspects of those rules. And Facebook has gone on record of not being a fan of some of the things Apple has implemented for its digital storefront, either. And now the social network, now ruled by Meta, is here to poke the bear a bit.

Facebook the company rebrands itself to Meta

Rumors had been swirling for a bit that Facebook, the social networking giant, was planning to rebrand in a major way. Starting with its name. And, indeed, it turns out those rumors were right on the money because today the company has confirmed those plans.