- Zacks via Yahoo! FinanceOct 09 02:07 PM
Facebook, Inc. (FB) will be adding "Reactions," which is a set of six emojis to its iconic "like" button. The new features will be first tested in Ireland and Spain.
- Zacks via Yahoo! FinanceOct 09 09:48 AM
Facebook, Inc. (FB) recently collaborated with Seattle-based startup Pro.com to roll out a messaging service – Text-a-Pro, as part of its Messenger.
- CNET via Yahoo! NewsOct 09 06:42 AM
Facebook's head of messaging says the company "probably" won't make its own phone again after the first one failed to gain consumer interest.
- Tech Media Network (Tom's Guide) via Yahoo! NewsOct 09 12:27 PM
Facebook users have been clicking Like on posts to show their approval for years, but what about those who want to express their surprise or disgust? MORE: Should You Trust Facebook with Your Anonymity? Zuckerberg’s explanation for why the company is skipping past the Dislike feature request was that it could “turn Facebook into a forum where people are voting up or down on people’s posts.
- Zacks via Yahoo! FinanceOct 08 03:14 PM
Facebook, Inc. (FB) recently collaborated with Seattle-based startup Pro.com to roll out a messaging service, Text-a-Pro, as part of its Messenger.
- The Wall Street JournalOct 09 02:24 AM
Facebook is finally letting users do more than “like” what they see in their news feed, a move that businesses may favor with a thumbs up.
- AFP via Yahoo! NewsOct 08 01:49 PM
Facebook will begin testing a new feature allowing users in Ireland and Spain to express a range of emotions on posts starting Friday -- but there will be no "dislike" button, the social network said. Facebook described the new "Reactions" options as an extension of the "like" button, to give people more ways to easily signal how they feel. Users have for years pressed the world's leading online...
- CNN MoneyOct 08 10:42 AM
Facebook will begin testing a set of new emotions and reactions on its platform Friday for users in Ireland and Spain.
- AFP Relax News via Yahoo! NewsOct 08 08:52 AM
Facebook will begin testing a new feature allowing users to express a range of emotions on posts in Ireland and Spain from Friday -- but there will be no "dislike" button, the social network said. "We are testing Reactions, an extension of the 'like' button, to give you more ways to share your reaction to a Facebook post in a quick and easy way," Facebook said in a statement. Users have for ...
- CNET via Yahoo! NewsOct 08 10:56 AM
The social network leader will venture beyond the thumbs-up with a test starting Friday for residents of Ireland and Spain.