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cnbc
04:23 Tue 23
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Facebook to restore news pages for Australian users in coming days

https://www.cnbc.com/2021/02/23/facebook-to-restore-news-pages-for-australian-users-in-coming-days.html
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news google au
07:20 Tue 2
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Lowe gives first signal more QE is coming - The Australian Financial Review
Lowe gives first signal more QE is coming    The Australian Financial Review RBA leaves cash rate at record low, but is prepared to buy more government bonds | The Business    ABC News (Australia) RBA reveals interest rates call amid surging property prices    Yahoo Finance Australia Reserve Bank of Australia Preview: Forecast from nine major banks    FXStreet Australian shares erase gains after the Reserve Bank keeps rates on hold    ABC News View Full coverage on Google News
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galido net
08:27 Tue 2
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How to Create Good Product Landing Pages
Product Pages In A Website What Should Be Included? First of all, you should understand what product pages actually mean. Product pages are those pages on a website where a company displays its product images and information. Most of the time, these pages will be present on a website associated with shopping. A product


socialmediatoday
18:02 Mon 1
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Facebook Announces May Launch Date for Facebook News in Germany
Facebook has announced the next expansion of its dedicated news tab.
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mobilesyrup
21:25 Sun 28
Facebook debuts TikTok-like app for creating and sharing rap videos
Facebook has launched a new app called Bars that will let users share videos of them rapping over premade beats. The app provides beats and lets users record 60-second videos rapping their own lyrics, which are then shared in a TikTok-style feed. Bars also suggests rhymes as users write out lyrics. It also provides audio... The post Facebook debuts TikTok-like app for creating and sharing rap videos appeared first on MobileSyrup .
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androidcentral
01:24 Tue 2
Instagram Live Rooms lets creators 'double-up' with four-way streams
Facebook is letting you 'double-up' on Instagram Live. What you need to know Facebook is expanding Instagram Live to let users stream with more people at once. Instagram Live can now show up to four people on a stream. Facebook envisions more use-cases for creators to collaborate with more people at a time. Instagram has grown to become arguably one of the best messaging apps on Android, with plenty of features for users to interact with each other. Instagram Live is a great way to connect with people you follow, giving you a mostly one-sided view of someone's life. Users can even go live with a friend to make streams more interesting for followers. The ability to collaborate must be a popular one because Facebook announced in a blog post that it's giving users the chance to 'double-up' with the ability to have four-way Instagram Live chats. The new feature is dubbed Live Rooms, and is more or less like Instagram Live but with more people. It may not be as robust as the 12 pe...


techpluto
07:22 Mon 1
Protect Your Privacy on Instagram: Block and Hide Tips For Instagram
Instagram usage is rather widespread these days. In fact, you will find most businesses, brands, and artists are operating their own Instagram pages. Not only that, they garner sincere followers on these pages too. However, there is more to Instagram than just what meets the eye. People usually just restrict themselves to watching exciting content […] The post Protect Your Privacy on Instagram: Block and Hide Tips For Instagram appeared first on Platform to Showcase Innovative Startups and Tech News .


marketwatch
20:45 Wed 3
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Facebook says it will resume political ads March 4
Facebook Inc. is resuming political, electoral, and social issue advertising Thursday after a temporary ban following the November 2020 U.S. presidential election. 'Unlike other platforms, we require authorization and transparency not just for political and electoral ads, but also for social issue ads, and our systems do not distinguish between these categories,' Facebook said in a post Wednesday. 'We've heard a lot of feedback about this and learned more about political and electoral ads during this election cycle. As a result, we plan to use the coming months to take a closer look at how these ads work on our service to see where further changes may be merited.' Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
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dodropshipping
15:00 Mon 1
Why Are My Facebook Ads Not Converting? 11 Tips to Fix It!
Facebook is a powerful social media platform that has transformed the marketing landscape as we know it. From driving over $84.2 billion in ad revenue last year to getting almost 1.85 billion daily active users, you cant afford to ignore using Facebook for your marketing strategy. More and more small business owners are turning to [...] The post Why Are My Facebook Ads Not Converting? 11 Tips to Fix It! appeared first on Do Dropshipping .


phonearena
05:25 Mon 1
With Apple's new iOS feature expected to hurt small firms, Facebook aims to reverse the damage
Last year, introduced its App Tracking Transparency (ATT) feature. This allows an iPhone user to opt-in if he or she wants to continue to be tracked by third-party apps for the purpose of receiving on-line ads. Those who don't opt-in will no longer be tracked. While this would seem to be good for iPhone users, Facebook immediately decried it as being bad for small businesses and bad for Facebook. The company at first said that it could lose as much as 50% of its ad revenue in 2021; Facebook's ad revenue was over $80 billion in 2020. Facebook paid for two different ...
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news google au
12:41 Wed 3
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More than a million coronavirus vaccines en route to North Korea |The World - ABC News (Australia)
More than a million coronavirus vaccines en route to North Korea |The World    ABC News (Australia) More than 300,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine to roll out nationally across next 10 days    9News Top 3 with Dr Lucas De Toca: Vaccines and mental health    Australian Government Department of Health Australian Defence Force to help with COVID-19 vaccine rollout    ABC Local ADF called in to accelerate COVID-19 vaccine rollout    The Australian View Full coverage on Google News


techinvestornews
11:38 Wed 3
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Australia approves Apple Watch ECG function (news@appleinsider.com (William Gallagher)/AppleInsider)
news@appleinsider.com (William Gallagher) / AppleInsider Australia approves Apple Watch ECG function - Australian health regulators have officially approved the use of the ECG function in Apple Watch, meaning users in the region may soon see the feature enabled. Following the recent approval of the Apple Watchs irregular rhythm notification, local authorities have now listed the ECG feature on the Australian Register of ...
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news google au
20:39 Mon 1
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Australian shares to jump, Reserve Bank may inject more cash into economy, UBS forecasts - ABC News
Australian shares to jump, Reserve Bank may inject more cash into economy, UBS forecasts    ABC News RBA doubles daily bond buying to $4b    The Australian Financial Review Is this the RBA's 'whatever it takes' moment?    Livewire Markets Dollar gains on reflation trade, Aussie recovers    Reuters Australian Yields Tumble Most in a Year as Global Bonds Rebound    Yahoo Finance Australia View Full coverage on Google News


ibtimes co uk
07:24 Tue 2
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Facebook to pay users $650 million in class action suit over privacy law woes
The California federal court ordered Facebook to pay 1.6 million Illinois residents, and each will receive around $345 under the settlement.
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news google au
00:17 Tue 2
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Michael Gudinski, Australian music industry icon, dead aged 68 - ABC News
Michael Gudinski, Australian music industry icon, dead aged 68    ABC News Mushroom Records founder Michael Gudinski dead at 68    NEWS.com.au Live breaking news: NSW Police close investigation into historical rape allegation against Cabinet MP; Music industry icon Michael Gudinski dead; Report finds Victoria mental health system in crisis    9News Heart of Australian music ripped out: Michael Gudinski dies aged 68    Sydney Morning Herald Australian music industry titan Michael Gudinski dies, aged 68    Sky News Australia View Full coverage on Google News


cnn
15:27 Wed 3
Right-wing misinformation on Facebook is more engaging than its left-wing counterpart, research finds
By now it's well known that Facebook has a misinformation problem. The company has tried to address it in various ways, from labeling false claims to reducing its visibility in users' feeds. But a new study from researchers at New York University finds that not all misinformation on Facebook is created equal when you factor in political ideology.


phonearena
11:49 Tue 2
WhatsApp now lets you import third-party sticker packs
For those of you who will agree with so that you can still be able to use the app, here is one new feature that's coming to you in the next few days. For a very long time, WhatsApp only allowed customers to use the sticker packs available through its app. However, that's about to change very soon, as WhatsApp is now rolling out a new feature that will allow users of its app to import third-party sticker packs. discovered that WhatsApp is testing such a feature many months ago, and now they're reporting that the company is finally rolling it out to users in select countries. For ...
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abc net au
19:00 Tue 2
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Facebook has turned the news tap back on, but not everything is back to normal
If there was ever any question about Facebook's power to direct traffic to news sites, these graphs put the matter beyond doubt.
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abc net au
19:00 Tue 2
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These graphs tell the story of Facebook's news ban and what happened after
If there was ever any question about Facebook's power to direct traffic to news sites, these graphs put the matter beyond doubt.


mjtsai
21:57 Wed 3
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Australia vs. Facebook and Google
Timothy B. Lee: Google says it would have “no real choice” but to shut down its search engine in Australia if Australia passes a new law requiring Google to pay news sites to link to their articles. […] You might think that Google would simply stop linking to Australian news sites. But that won’t be […]


westernjournal
17:36 Tue 2
Wikipedia Co-Founder Calls Out Site After Noticing Disturbing Trend on Communist Pages
Wikipedia co-founder Larry Sanger is calling out the popular online encyclopedia for its leftist bias, specifically with regard to how its pages ignore the historical violence and mass casualty events associated with communism and socialism. Sanger, in an interview with Just The News, slammed one of the worlds most visited websites and the leader in… The post Wikipedia Co-Founder Calls Out Site After Noticing Disturbing Trend on Communist Pages appeared first on The Western Journal .


wired
13:00 Wed 3
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Fake News Gets More Engagement on FacebookIf Its Right-Wing
Far-right pages that publish misinformation get the most interactions by far compared to other news sources, new research shows.


news google au
20:39 Mon 1
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Australian shares make steady gains, Reserve Bank may inject more cash into economy, UBS forecasts - ABC News
Australian shares make steady gains, Reserve Bank may inject more cash into economy, UBS forecasts    ABC News Surging property prices could force RBA to reassess ultra-low rates, economists warn    Sydney Morning Herald House prices rise shows the RBA's policies are working    The Australian Financial Review ASX cools gains ahead of RBA cash rate call    The Australian Australian Dollar Unfazed by Chinese PMI as RBA Meeting Shifts Into View    DailyFX View Full coverage on Google News


betanews
22:28 Sun 28
Linux Mint developers will force updates on users like Microsoft does with Windows 10
We recently shared some very shocking news about Linux Mint users. Sadly, it turned out that users of that operating system were extremely irresponsible regarding updates. You see, Linux Mint developers spilled the beans on this upsetting trend -- many of its users weren't just a little behind in installing updates, but were running unsupported versions for more than a year! This shows that not all Linux users are responsible, nor are they necessarily more knowledgeable than Windows users regarding computer maintenance. It also highlighted that the Linux Mint developers were doing a poor job in convincing users to update.… [Continue Reading]
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loopinsight
15:29 Wed 3
Why Google and Facebook are making everything else on the web more expensive
Alex Webb, Bloomberg: Consider all the paywalls and paid services that are rolling out across the internet. News, films, music and even theatrical streaming are now available for a subscription fee. The latest example is Twitter Inc., which announced last week that it plans a paid product, dubbed Super Follows, where users can charge followers for premium tweets and other content. Why is this? The move is a way for the company to decrease its dependence on advertising revenue a pot of money thats increasingly being swallowed up by just Google and Facebook. Not sure I agree that subscriptions are caused by the precipitous drop in advertising revenue, but I definitely agree with the premise that the drying up of ad revenue is caused by the success of Google and Facebook in swallowing up the lion's share of the ad business. In the past decade, however, that ad money has gone overwhelmingly to the search and social media giants. Last year, Google and Facebook hoovered up 74% of the $300 billion spent globally to advertise on the web, according to the World Advertising Research Council. Thats left everyone else who had been reliant on ads scrambling to make ends meet. And that is harmful. It makes it harder and harder for indies to make a living, makes it harder for news outlets to cover the news objectively. Not sure what can be done here, but something's gotta give, or we're all going to become plot lines in a future edition of Dark Mirror. Read this on The Loop


news google au
20:39 Mon 1
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Australian shares rise on open, Reserve Bank may inject more cash into economy, UBS forecasts - ABC News
Australian shares rise on open, Reserve Bank may inject more cash into economy, UBS forecasts    ABC News Surging property prices could force RBA to reassess ultra-low rates, economists warn    Sydney Morning Herald RBA doubles daily bond buying to $4b    The Australian Financial Review US Dollar Outlook: AUD/USD Primed for Volatility as RBA Looms    DailyFX Australian Yields Tumble Most in a Year as Global Bonds Rebound    Yahoo Finance Australia View Full coverage on Google News


zeebiz
12:10 Wed 3
New WhatsApp feature rolled out; now, you can import 3rd-party sticker packs in India; Here's how to use it
In good news to WhatsApp users, the Facebook-owned messaging platform has brought new features. WhatsApp has rolled out the feature to import third-party sticker packs in the app. The feature is available for Android and iOS users in India, Brazil, and Indonesia.


cnn
19:05 Mon 1
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Top European media outlet refuses to join Facebook News
Facebook is launching its news product in Germany without media giant Axel Springer, which publishes the country's most popular daily newspaper and says it won't participate due to the 'inappropriately low remuneration' offered for journalistic content.


news google au
11:40 Wed 3
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UN says 38 killed in Myanmar's bloodiest day as Australian caught up in protests - ABC News
UN says 38 killed in Myanmar's bloodiest day as Australian caught up in protests    ABC News With 38 people killed, Myanmar sees its 'bloodiest day since the coup'    SBS News Six killed as Myanmar forces crack down on anti-coup protests    Al Jazeera English Rumors are flying that China is behind the coup in Myanmar. Thats almost certainly wrong.    Washington Post Myanmar coup crisis risks unleashing refugee boats    The Australian View Full coverage on Google News


sciam
11:45 Wed 3
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Teens And Other Volunteers Help Seniors Find Scarce COVID Shots
Signup systems for vaccines are horribly confusing, so people across the U.S. set up Facebook pages and phone lines with hands-on help -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com


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COVID shutdowns: Myer has a big city problem - The Australian Financial Review
COVID shutdowns: Myer has a big city problem    The Australian Financial Review Myer profit jump not reliant on $51m JobKeeper, says CEO King    Sydney Morning Herald Myer reveals flagship store closures dent companys sales    NEWS.com.au Myer CEO eyes return to dividends    The Australian Financial Review Myer fights to recover from lockdown, city hits    The Australian View Full coverage on Google News