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Alphabet and Facebook develop rival secret drone plans


Google and Facebook have significantly expanded their rival plans to develop unmanned aircraft that can provide broadband internet access from high above the Earth, the Guardian has learned. Both Facebook and Alphabet, Google’s parent company, have quietly registered new drone designs with the US Federal Aviation Administration. Meanwhile, Alphabet is …

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Facebook notifications get Google-inspired update

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Facebook is updating its notifications to be more “personalised” with the launch of features not dissimilar from Google Now. Alongside current notifications — including post comments, likes, and other interactions — Facebook users will now be able to see sports scores and TV reminders from pages that they have liked. The …

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5 Lesser Known Facebook Page Features for Marketers


Do you manage a Facebook page for your business? Interested in ways to improve your marketing? In addition to the Facebook features you use for business every day, there are some handy ones you may have overlooked. In this article you’ll discover five lesser known Facebook Page features for marketers. …

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Apple Reportedly Wants To Offer Its Own Wireless Service


Apple isn’t content with just selling you their phones—they want to be your carrier, too. Business Insider reported today that Apple is secretly testing a mobile virtual network operator service (MVNO), a “virtual” cell service that switches between cell towers depending on the strongest signal. The company has allegedly been …

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Facebook, eBay, And Google Side With Samsung Against Apple


Google, Facebook, and eBay are supporting Samsung’s objection to the court decision ordering it to fork over profits from smartphones found to infringe upon certain Apple patents. It’s the latest development in a long-running intellectual property war that culminated in 2012, when a jury found Samsung guilty of infringing on …

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