We’re all for cryptic teasers. Teasers that don’t reveal too much but are enticing enough that you wouldn’t want to miss it when everything’s revealed. And if we’re talking about cryptic teasers, TM‘s latest teaser has to be the most cryptic one I’ve seen yet.
All we have to work with from the telecommunications giant is….an onion?
Facebook’s handling of user data had undergone a lot of scrutinity and Mark Zuckerberg has promised to take necessary steps to win back trust from its users. Ahead of Facebook’s F8 conference, Mark has announced a new option that would allow users to clear their tracks on its platform. This is probably the biggest privacy control yet from Facebook.
If you’re sick and tired of dealing with low-ballers and cheap people who are constantly asking for the “best price” for your secondhand products on websites like Mudah and Carousell, there’s good news!
Now you’ve got a whole new platform for you to list your secondhand products and deal with even more low-ballers and cheap people asking for the “best price”, because Facebook has just launched “Marketplace” in Malaysia!
Facebook has been under fire recently for the election-influencing data breach situation created by Cambridge Analytica. But it appears the troubles have not stopped as a software developer discovers that Facebook has been scraping his calls and text metadata.
A few days ago, it was reported that personal data from millions of Facebook accounts were harvested without consent. What’s more shocking is that the data was allegedly used with the objective to swing election campaigns around the world.
Facebook was rather silent on the issue when it first came to light and finally, its co-founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, has spoken out about the issue.
U Mobile has often positioned themselves as the value leader when it comes to data plans. Their postpaid and prepaid products often undercut their competitors with a huge amount of data which sparks a competitive price war. For Valentine’s Day, the orange telco has tried to do something funny by poking fun at their competitors.
In the ongoing crusade to make the internet a safer place for children, Facebook‘s throwing their hat in the ring with a brand new app that’s designed to make sure your kids can easily and safely communicate with their friends.
It’s called Messenger Kids and its goal is to put control back in the hands of the parents.
Facebook apparently now can use selfies to help users verify their identities, in their bid to catch suspicious activity on the platform.
If you want something in everyone’s hands, the best and sometimes only way to do it is to make it affordable. Unless you’re Apple, of course. And to realise Facebook CEO and Mark Zuckerberg’s goal of getting one billion people in VR, Oculus has done just that with their brand new standalone headset, the Oculus Go.
To celebrate Malaysia’s 60th Merdeka Day, Hotlink has released a total of 60 Malaysia themed GIF depicting local terms and slangs that are commonly used by Malaysians. These Malaysiamojis are available starting today on Facebook across all smartphone devices.