Facebook Video app released for Apple TV

Facebook Video Apple TV

Owners of the latest Apple TV can now enjoy video and live streaming content directly on the Facebook Video app. Facebook fans interested in watching videos on their Apple TV previously had to use AirPlay from an iOS device. The Facebook Video app for tvOS simplifies this process, and the company plans to bring similar apps to competing platforms including Amazon Fire TV.

How to log out of all open Facebook sessions from your iPhone

How to log out of all active Facebook sessions from iPhone or iPad.

If you are a Facebook user you likely sign into it from multiple devices and locations, whether from your personal iPhone, iPad or Mac, or from a computer in the lab, internet cafe or friend's house. Whatever the case may be, you obviously don't want to leave active sessions anywhere, as they would give access to a trove of private information and potentially allow for a lot of mischief. Thankfully there is a way to monitor and log out of open sessions from your iPhone or iPad.

How to stop Facebook from listening to your conversations

How to stop Facebook from listening to your conversations.

Facebook's regard for its users' privacy has once again come into question after a communications professor from the University of Southern Florida suggested that the media giant's mobile app could be using the iPhone's microphone to listen to conversations to glean information for advertising purposes. This would explain recent claims that ads pertaining to subjects that are spoken about while the app was open are showing up in people's feeds.

Facebook rolls out enhanced Like button

Facebook Reactions

Facebook is rolling out brand new enhancements to the famous Like button. Instead of one option, the button has been expanded into six different Facebook Reactions. Each reaction button is accompanied by an emoticon which depicts the related emotion. Of course, the standard Like continues to be represented by a blue thumbs-up icon.

Apple Weekly News Roundup: iPhone 5se, Dr. Dre and more

Beats Music

Apple may finally take the plunge into TV production, with reports of a series starring Dr. Dre in the works. Besides original programming, the company is also set to announce the iPad Air 3 and an upgraded 4-inch iPhone. Both new devices could launch quickly after the official announcement in mid-March. Instagram fans can now easily switch between accounts, and Facebook fans can upload Live Photos. Here are some of the highlights in Apple news this week, including a record dividend for AAPL shareholders.


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