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Equinix talks how to handle the subsea cable building boom
It took the world a couple decades to reach a zettabyte in annual traffic, but Cisco projects we’ll more than double that by 2020.
Kiwi artist features on the world’s biggest online art exhibition
Facebook and YouTube have a huge impact on our daily lives, it is thus only the natural progression that art would begin to reflect that...
Facebook tackles the wildfire of misinformation plaguing your newsfeed
"Some of the worst offenders use a technique known as ‘cloaking’ to circumvent Facebook’s review processes..."
Unsuspecting Kiwis aid thieves: The dangers of buying ‘discount’ phones from Facebook groups
“If a price seems too good to be true, it usually is..."
Will Messenger create an AI overlord? Facebook expands on its artificial intelligence partners
Facebook has acquired another artificial intelligence startup, to help Messenger build a more elaborate virtual assistant for users...
The end is nigh: Adobe to disable Flash Player by 2020
Browser vendors are integrating capabilities once provided by plugins directly, given this progress, Adobe has decided to end the life of Flash...
Capture the world in 360-degrees: Facebook launches its Live-360 program
Facebook launched its new Live-360 program, which allows users to stream 360-degree footage to Facebook with immense ease...
Rise of the AI weatherman: AccuWeather and Facebook create the ‘perfect’ weather-bot
AccuWeather has announced the launch of their AI-powered weather assistant for Facebook Messenger...
Interview: How CIOs can boost innovation & creativity
Looking for processes to improve creativity is the wrong place to start. This is exactly why most organisations completely fail at being innovative."
Facebook announces the formation of a global internet forum to counter terrorism
"By working together, we can have a greater impact on the threat of terrorist content online."
Going rogue: The challenges of AI in customer service
AI technologies are becoming increasingly sophisticated, and can add immense value to organisations — but they are by no means foolproof.
Facebook expands on its ever-evolving user personalisation
Facebook announces their cover video system, rolling out in the next update.
LinkedIn’s 2017 Global Top Companies list - did you make the cut?
Schneider Electric, a global organisation that specialises in energy management and automation, is one of the companies that made the list.
Facebook celebrates the GIF’s 30th anniversary with new features
I’m sure you’ve posted a few GIFs in your time as their popularity has exploded along with the Meme - now they're 30 and Facebook is celebrating.
LogMeIn takes aim at CRM market with launch of Bold360
“The rise of digital, artificial intelligence and mobile-first lifestyles has changed how customers want to interact with their favourite brands."
Facebook deems a number of threatening statements "acceptable"
Leaked guidelines for Facebook moderators show how they monitor violence, hate speech, revenge porn and more on the social media platform.
SMEs that engage in international trade are more confident – survey
Businesses that trade internationally learn from more sources and have a higher-than-average number of business-related educational interests.
New Facebook hires to focus on reviewing violent content
Facebook has faced heavy criticism recently after being slow to remove violent videos.
New Facebook Messenger games coming your way
Depending on what device you use and where you are located, there are now up to 50 games titles available on Messenger.
Cybercriminals use verified API token to generate Facebook spam comments
In exchange for more ‘likes’ and comments on their own timelines, users are enticed to provide the app’s access token to a third-party website
Facebook Rights Manager gets an upgrade as it cracks down on stolen video content
Facebook users who upload original video to Facebook have updated their tools to stop other people stealing, breaching copyrights & taking ad revenue.
Australian startup scores analytics contract for Workplace by Facebook
An Australian startup has scored a deal with Facebook to be the first global platform to offer analytics through Workplace for Facebook.
Subway may soon be ordered by a single Messenger emoji
If ordering subs from Facebook Messenger isn’t a clear indicator of the advancement of civilization, then I don’t know what is.
Announcements galore at Facebook's F8 event
Facebook has finished the first day of their F8 2017 event where developers flock to explore the future of technology.