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Facebook Confirms its App is Draining iPhone Batteries

Facebook has confirmed that it is looking into claims that its iPhone app is eating users battery capacity. more

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Despite Prevalence of Social Media, Many Adults Ages 20-35 Are Not Logging In

While Facebook is the most prevalent, still 11% say that they don't currently have an account, with another 16% saying that they have an account but use it less than once a week. more

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Facebook Takes Steps to Evade Net Neutrality Row

Facebook has taken steps to try and calm the flames over its net-neutrality busting service by opening it up to 3rd-party developers. more

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Facebook App Tops Smartphone Battery Drain Charts

Aside from the usual suspects like games and social media, streaming and even pre-installed apps are the most likely to chew smartphone or tablet battery and storage, more

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Operators to Suffer $14B in Lost Revenues This Year, as OTTs Take Market Share

A new report has claimed that voice and messaging traffic lost to OTT (Over The Top) players such as WhatsApp, Facebook and Skype will cost network operators $14 billion in revenues globally this year, up by 26% on 2013. more

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Facebook, Ericsson and XL Axiata improve network performance

Network-wide optimization implemented through the joint project delivered up to 70 percent improvement in app coverage. more

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Russia Asks Facebook, Gmail, Twitter To Register As Information Distributors

Russia's mass media regulator, Roskomnadzor, has officially asked social network Facebook, e-mail service Gmail, and microblogging site Twitter to register in Russia as \"organizers of information distribution.\"  more

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Afghanistan Rejects Facebook Ban Amid Election Tensions

The Afghan government has rejected a proposal to ban Facebook during the current election crisis. more

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Telenor Supports Executive in Thailand's Facebook Blocking Scandal

Norway's Telenor has apologised for the comments made by a senior manager at its Thai subsidiary about the blocking of the Facbook website, but stopped short of saying that he was wrong in his comments. more

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Researchers finds thousands of secret keys in Android apps

Google has started scanning Android apps uploaded to its app store to warn developers if they have included a potential security flaw in their code. more

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