Facebook, Official-looking Renders of Ray-Ban Smart Glasses are online before launch

Facebook and Ray-Ban may unveil their smart glasses on Thursday, September 9th. A new leak shows official-looking renderings that offer a glimpse into the supposed designs of the upcoming wearable. Facebook and Ray-Ban smart glasses can come in three different designs. The renderings show a camera sensor on each front corner of the smart glasses … Read more

Facebook, Apple, Big Tech’s Smallest Deals to be Examined at US FTC Meeting

The US Federal Trade Commission will hold its next open meeting on Sept. 15 to hear the team’s conclusions about deals big tech companies like Facebook and Apple make, which are sometimes too small to trigger an antitrust scrutiny, it said. agency on Wednesday. The agency began holding open meetings after President Lina Khan was … Read more

Facebook questions British Watchdog authority to order Giphy sale

Facebook defended the Giphy not to sell in a strongly worded response to Britain’s competition regulator, and the technology company challenged the watchdog’s request to divest the GIF site due to access and anti-competitive issues. Facebook argued that “the inability of the CMA (Competition and Markets Authority) to issue any order against Giphy raises serious … Read more

Facebook, Ray-Ban may unveil his smart glasses on Sept. 9, suggests microsite

Facebook and Ray-Ban have partnered to create a pair of smart glasses that could be released soon. A microsite on Ray-Ban’s website shows a silhouette of the next wearable and, apart from an important detail, doesn’t divulge any information about what to expect from the pair. Earlier this week, Andrew Bosworth, VP of Facebook Reality … Read more

Facebook Comments: Australian media are responsible for what users post on their corporate pages, court concludes

Australia’s biggest news editors, including Rupert Murdoch, the Australian, are responsible for the comments readers post on their corporate Facebook pages, the High Court ruled on Wednesday. The court dismissed an appeal against an earlier ruling that favored a defamation suit against Dylan Voller, a young man who had been the subject of several reports … Read more

Facebook Algorithm Powered by Dissemination of Incorrect Information About Factual News During the 2020 US Elections: Study

The usefulness of Facebook and other social media for accurate dissemination of information has been a hot topic for debate for some time now. A debate is also ongoing over the credibility of fast-growing news sources on Facebook and similar social media platforms. These platforms rely on algorithms to select and display the information they … Read more

Facebook claims it has disabled the recommendation feature that wrongly labeled black men as “primates” in videos

Facebook said on Friday that it had turned off its topic recommendation feature after confusing black men with “primates” in videos on the social network. A Facebook spokesperson called this a “clearly unacceptable error” and said the recommendation software involved had been taken offline. “We apologize to anyone who may have seen these offensive recommendations,” … Read more

Battlegrounds Mobile India to End Facebook Data Transfers, Krafton Announces ‘Get Ready to Jump’ Winners

Battlegrounds Mobile India will soon end data transfers with Facebook accounts due to a policy update. Since its launch, the game has allowed its users to transfer their data from PUBG Mobile to the new game using Facebook and Twitter accounts, since players used the same accounts on PUBG Mobile. Developer Krafton also announced the … Read more