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According to InternetWorldStats.com, by the end of 2016 there were 7.3 billion people on the planet and an Internet penetration rate of 50.1 percent. One third of the people on the Internet are active social … Continue reading →
According to a new report from Greenpeace, tech companies - especially Amazon - need to do more to overcome resistance to renewable energy from stubborn monopolies.
“Tech companies are increasingly turning to the smart choice of renewable energy to power the internet, but they're hitting … Continue reading →
Mark Zuckerberg has been flying drones above the UK.
Don't worry, they're not like Obama's flying death machines - you won't be getting poked from skies or anything like that. According to E&T, Britain was used as a testbed for Facebook's "Aquila" drone, that the company hopes will one day … Continue reading →
It was a big night for Facebook last night as over at its "F8" developers conference Mark Zuckerberg announced some big additions to Facebook Messenger.
The big new addition is that businesses will be able to use the app to talk directly to customers - perhaps (hopefully) replacing the need … Continue reading →
For some reason, everyone hates Facebook Messenger - the company's separate messaging app that it now forces you to install on your phone if you want to chat to your mates. The good news is that with the launch of Facebook Lite, the company may just have provided a work-around.
Facebook Lite … Continue reading →