In a post Thursday, Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said the changes were spurred by research that showed people had a more positive response to social media when interacting with people they cared about. The company customises each user's feed based in part on posts they have interacted with in the past. The monthly audience of the social network more than 2 billion users worldwide.
Pretty cool stuff, huh? Ford unveiled a new special-edition Mustang to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the the film " Bullitt ". Ford says the 2018 Mustang Bullitt will be available on sale this summer - no word yet on whether the vehicle will make its way Europe-wards.
At present Ford is spending $5 billion over the five years to 2020, having increased it by $500 million last October. "We're starting to telegraph where we're going to play in electrified business around the world, and that is to electrify iconic nameplates, and it's going to be higher transaction-price vehicles".
With the latest update, the company says it's focusing on what Facebook is for - connecting with people you know. "As we roll this out, you'll see less public content like posts from businesses, brands, and media". HuffPost, too, said other platforms are already filling any potential void left in the wake of Facebook's changes, and said digital products like mobile apps can't be ignored.
The messaging app reportedly uses end-to-end encryption , which supposedly prevents any third-party users to eavesdrop on the conversation. A team of German cryptographers say they have found a flaw in WhatsApp's security that allowed them to bypass the chat app's end-to-end encryption and eavesdrop on group chat messages.
The technology show is covering 2.7 million square feet in Las Vegas and is scheduled to run until Friday. But in addition to technology that might end up in your home, the show is also expected to host downright unusual devices, from a Harry Potter-style automated chess board to a one-person electric vehicle.