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Facebook shelves controversial email feature – Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukFacebook has quietly shelved its controversial email feature, introduced three years ago, because “people haven’t been using it”. Founder Mark Zuckerberg launched the service in 2010, criticising traditional email for being “too slow and formal”…

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Facebook gender identities – The Seattle Times

The Seattle TimesFacebook said the changes initially will cover the company’s 159 million monthly users in the U.S. and are aimed at giving people more choices in how they describe themselves, such as androgynous, bi-gender,…

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Facebook allows users to customise gender – BBC News

BBC NewsFacebook has announced that it will allow users to customise their gender, after consulting on the subject with gay and transgender advocacy groups. The 50-odd options, which include “bi-gender”, “transgender”, “androgynous” and “transsexual”, will…

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5 neat things about Paper, FB’s new FB killer – HLNtv.com

HLNtv.comIt’s throwback day at Facebook! Not only is the juggernaut timesucker celebrating its 10th birthday Tuesday, it’s also celebrating being called “cool” again for roughly the first time since its fifth birthday. Yes, the day…

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Facebook Rolls Out Trending Topics – PC Magazine

PC MagazineThis morning’s 86th Academy Awards nominations became instant social media fodder: Who got snubbed? Who is undeserving? When will they rename the event The Meryls? But it’s easy to lose track of the discussion….

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7 Mistakes Microsoft Made In 2013 – InformationWeek

InformationWeekThis was a pretty good year for Microsoft with some big customer wins. But these seven missteps were just dumb. Previous. 1 of 8. Next. Hey, Nobody’s Perfect If you’re looking in Microsoft’s rear mirror,…

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Facebook – not dead, not buried – BBC News

BBC NewsOver the weekend, there was some scary news for the world’s biggest social network. Facebook, the story went, was “dead and buried”, teenagers were turning away “in their droves”, put off by their parents’…


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