Monthly Archives: August 2014

Facebook prevents motivated users to impress pages

In addition to the launch of Graph API 2.1 this week, Facebook also announced two important changes to the policy platform under Bundy Games and appropriate use. This Facebook developers have been awarded a deadline of 90 days (until November 5, 2014) to comply with the new rules – which came as follows: Games that

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Twitter is acquiring a small password security startup called Mitro

Twitter is acquiring a small password security startup called Mitro for its New York office. Mitro built a way that multiple people can share or control passwords to a single account. The most obvious use case would have been in the enterprise where team members need to share a single password for an account. Twitter

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Facebook Gives Up on Gifts

Say goodbye to those messages on Facebook asking you to send your friends a gift on their birthdays. A year ago, Facebook killed off the part of its Gifts service that allowed users to order physical presents through the social network. Now, the company says it is shutting down the remainder of the Gifts business,

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