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Facebook adds auto captioning for video ads
Marketing-interactive.com

Facebook adds auto captioning for video ads

In mobile-feed environments, people prefer having the choice to opt in to sound. Facebook has introduced several new features for video ads by offering an automated captioning tool. People now watch over 100 million hours of video on Facebook ... Marketing-interactive.com, 1 day ago
Facebook updates video ads IT Web, 7 hours ago
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Business Insider

Méthode support for Apple News and Facebook Instant Articles

EidosMedia's digital publishing platform now allows news producers to tailor their content for the emerging mobile news platforms Milan, Italy, February 9, 2016 As the smartphone becomes the platform of choice for online news consumption, ...
 World Association of Newspapers2 days ago Google's Accelerated Mobile Pages to debut this month  Fierce CMO1 hour ago Méthode users reap benefits of Google AMP for mobile news delivery  World Association of Newspapers1 day ago Here Are 5 Boston Mobile Startups to Watch  Bostinno21 minutes ago
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Mobile World

India Bans Facebook's Free Website Service

India's telecoms regulator has banned mobile networks from offering free access to the Facebook website in a growing row over net neutrality issues. Facebook's founder Mark Zuckerberg expressed has disappointment with the decision banning ...
 Mobile World1 day ago Facebook stops offering Free Basics in India  Media Nama10 hours ago Facebook pulls out Free Basics from India  Times of India14 hours ago Facebook-squishing Indian regulator's next move: Open source code  The Register17 hours ago
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Slate Magazine

India Doesn't Need Facebook's Free Mobile Internet Access. It Needs Nationwide Broadband.

Facebook chief executive and founder Mark Zuckerberg speaks during a townhall meeting at the Indian Institute of Technology in New Delhi on Oct. 28, 2015. Photo by MONEY SHARMA/AFP/ Mark Zuckerberg has not had a good week. First, Free ...
 Slate Magazine19 hours ago India blocks Facebook's free internet scheme  Equilibrio Informativo1 day ago Facebook #FAIL: India blocks 'free' internet plan over net neutrality  Equilibrio Informativo1 day ago India regulator deals blow to Facebook in Internet row  My Sinchew2 days ago
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Instagram Video Views To Replace Like Counter On Homescreen Of Mobile App

Instagram just got more like Facebook, not to mention YouTube and Twitter's Vine. The Facebook-owned app for sharing photos and video will soon add a video view count, the company announced in a blog post Thursday. The view count number will ...
 International Business Times21 hours ago Instagram to go Youtube way, to disclose views of videos  Business Standard8 hours ago

Optus lures 12,000 new mobile customers

By ShareShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Google+Share on RedditEmail a friend New mobile customers and further network improvements have boosted earnings at Optus. Australia's second largest telco made a net profit of $227 million in the ...
 Daily Telegraph Australia14 hours ago

(VIDEO) Mobile Consumers Want Quick, Visual Content: Facebook's Dugan

VIEQUES, PR -- Just three years ago, only 20% of Facebook's business came from mobile platforms. Last Q4, that was 80%. That's testament to the changes Facebook is having to make to ensure it continues connecting with audiences. But the same goes ...
 Huffington Post22 hours ago
Benton Foundation

Another Thing Andreessen Got Wrong on India: It's the Techies Who Are Against Facebook

On Monday, Facebook's mobile service for emerging markets, Free Basics, was banned in India for violating net neutrality. On Tuesday, Facebook board member Marc Andreessen leapt to its defense — a plodding attempt that has produced a miniature ...
 Benton Foundation19 hours ago Facebook developing novel technology for better Internet.org access  India TV1 day ago Facebook's Free Basics Internet Service Blocked In India Over Net Neutrality Concerns  Equilibrio Informativo2 days ago Net neutrality: India against Facebook's free Internet  DNA1 month ago
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PC Mag Middle East

Uninstall Facebook App, Boost Battery Life by 15 Percent?

Uninstalling Facebook's mobile app on the iPhone could save you some serious battery life. That's the claim from reporter Samuel Gibbs at The Guardian , who removed the app from an iPhone 6s Plus as an experiment. After a week, he found that ...
 PC Mag Middle East2 days ago Uninstalling Facebook app saves up to 15% of iPhone battery life  Gulf News1 day ago Tests Revealed Uninstalling Facebook iOS App Improves Battery Life and Memory  Equilibrio Informativo2 days ago Facebook App eating up battery life of your iPhone: Report  Tropical Post2 days ago
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Met Office forecasts cloud with mobile weather APIs from CA Technologies

IT Services Alexander Sword Share on facebook More Sharing Services News: Weather body aims to expand its mobile-based offerings. The Met Office is revamping its weather services through mobile and cloud in a new contract with CA Technologies.
 Computer Business Review2 days ago
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